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Benefit Tribute to Aretha Franklin - How I Got Over

BE A PART OF KEEPING ARETHA'S LEGACY ALIVE! "How I Got Over" Classical Goes to Church presented by countertenor, Deontaye Clay. With special guests, Gospel Recording artists Richard Smallwood and Karen Clark-Sheard and the "America's Got Talent" performers, the Detroit Youth Choir, all showcasing unforgettable musical selections in the genres of Classical, R&B and Gospel. A percentage of proceeds will be donated to Better Treatments for Neuroendocrine Tumors (NETRF) - Detroit Chapter and to create an Endowment in the name of Aretha Franklin that will offer scholarships every year to a deserving Detroit High School Student.

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