March 25, 1942
Aretha Franklin was an iconic "Queen of Soul", selling over 75 million records and being ranked 9th in Rolling Stone's "100 Greatest Artists".
March 26, 1944
Diana Ross is singer & actress famous as lead of the Supremes, one of world's best-selling girl groups.
April 2, 1939
Marvin Gaye was an influential singer and songwriter given the nicknames "Prince of Motown" and "Prince of Soul" for his contribution to the Motown music scene in the '60s.
May 3, 1933
James Joseph Brown was an influential musician, often referred to as the Godfather of Soul and Mr. Dynamite.
September 14, 1983
Amy Winehouse was an English singer-songwriter with expressive vocals and a diverse style.