Audience can participate in the tribute to the singer on days 28 and 29 in Detroit
Aretha Franklin during a concert at the House of Blues in Los Angeles in the year 2008 (Shea Walsh / AP)
access_time  August 17, 2018, 21:55
19659008] Aretha Franklin's burial was scheduled for August 31 in Detroit, the city where the singer grew up. As expected by the American press, honorsessions will be held in the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History in Detroit, on 28 and 29, and the public will be present.
Gwendolyn Quinn, spokeswoman for the singer's family, said he believed that the tribute would take place with an open chest, but that these agreements have not yet been finalized.
Aretha's body will be buried in Woodlawn Cemetery after a morning funeral in the Greater Grace Temple, but participation in this part of the tribute will be limited to family and friends. His coffin must be buried together with the remains of his father, the Reverend C.L. Franklin and his brother, Cecil Franklin, and sisters Carolyn and Erma Franklin.
Aretha, the owner of a powerful voice that made her the queen of the soul, died on Thursday at the age of 76 after a battle with a cancer in the pancreas