Country Stars Mourn Aretha Franklin's Passing

Country singers pay their respects to one of music's most legendary performers.

(Detroit, MI)  --  Although she was a legend in different genres of music, country music artists are remembering Aretha Franklin.

The soul singer died Thursday at the age of 76.  The Queen of Soul passed away after a long battle with pancreatic cancer. 

Franklin won 18 Grammys over her decades-long career, for chart-topping hits including Respect, Natural Woman, and Chain of Fools. 

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