Aretha Franklin’s Handprints to Be Unveiled Outside Detroit Museum
They last were seen as part of the museum’s commemorative exhibit following Franklin’s death and are being placed on permanent display in conjunction with the upcoming release of Respect, a new film on the life and career of the legendary singer, songwriter and global cultural icon.
Franklin died Aug. 16, 2018 of pancreatic cancer at age 76 in her Detroit home.
Franklin song, including “Think,” ″I Say a Little Prayer” and “Respect,” are considered classics.
The new museum exhibition opens at 1 p.m. Sunday to the public. It will feature costumes from Respect, along with other artifacts.