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Legendary Singer Etta James Dies at 73

By Darrick Thomas on
Iconic soul singer Etta James health has taken a turn for the worst. The 73-year-old James finally succumbed to her battle with leukemia along with dementia and Hepatitis C. James was a legend in the music industry. She was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1993 and in 2004, Rolling Stone magazine ranked Etta James No. 62 on its "100 Greatest Artists of All Time" list.James passed away with her husband and sons by her side. James' manager through the years Lupe De Leon released...Read Full Story

Legendary Singer Etta James Close to Death

By Darrick Thomas on
Iconic soul singer Etta James' health has taken a turn for the worst. The 73-year-old James has been battling leukemia along with dementia and Hepatitis C. James is a legend in the music industry. She was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1993 and in 2004, Rolling Stone Magazine ranked Etta James No. 62 on its 100 Greatest Artists of All Time list.James' manager through the years Lupe De Leon released the following statement: “Etta has a terminal illness. She’s in the final...Read Full Story

Etta James: Not Dead

By Adam Wenger on
Etta James is not dead -- though a hoax website wanted you to think she was. Not only was the rumor completely false, but it's also pissed off a lot of people not named Etta James. Celebrity website TMZ is up in arms over the fact that the whole fake story originated from a hoax site that looked almost exactly like TMZ's. TMZ's legal team is reportedly investigating the incident and may seek legal action against whoever was responsible for the hoax. As for Etta James, she remains seriously...Read Full Story

Etta James Wants to Whoop Beyoncé's Ass

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Getty Images.For Barack and Michelle Obama's first dance as President and First Lady, Beyoncé Knowles sang "At Last," a song made famous by Etta James in 1960. Etta James wants to know why the hell they picked Beyoncé to sing it, as James is still very much alive.At a Seattle concert, Etta reportedly told the audience: You know, your President, the one with the big ears--he ain't my President--had that woman singing for him at his Inauguration. She's going to get her ass whooped. How dare...Read Full Story