- 8 October 2014
Clive will be presenting both the Aretha Franklin and Whitney Houston albums exclusive to Grammy members in Los Angeles this Sunday.
October 12th 2014
The Grammy Museum
Downtown Los Angeles, CA
Please attend if you are one.
Aretha Franklin Sings the Great Diva Classics. The Queen of Soul reinterprets classic songs from other great female singers. The album is to be released on October 21, 2014. Timeless songs such as Gladys Knight’s "Midnight Train to Georgia," Barbra Streisand’s "People" and Whitney Houston's "I'm Every Woman," as well as Adele's "Rolling in the Deep" are included. Co-producer of Diva Classics and Chief Creative Officer of Sony Music, Clive Davis will preview select tracks as well as discuss the making of the album with GRAMMY Museum Executive Director Bob Santelli. Mr. Davis will also preview the upcoming Whitney Houston DVD/CD release, Whitney Houston Live: Her Greatest Performances to be released on November 10, 2014. The six-time GRAMMY-winner’s first-ever live album features the most memorable live performances from her storied career.
- 3 October 2014
Aretha Franklin and Clive Davis join The Today Show to talk about the release of Franklin’s new album, “Aretha Franklin Sings the Great Diva Classics.”
NBC's TODAY SHOW
October 3rd, 2014
Aretha Franklin and legendary record producer Clive Davis join TODAY to talk about the release of Franklin’s new album, “Aretha Franklin Sings the Great Diva Classics.” Franklin also reveals she has a crush on Maxwell.
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- 30 September 2014
Watch Aretha Franklin and David Letterman on CBS's the Late Show with David Letterman discuss her collaboration with Clive Davis on "Aretha Sings The Great Diva Classics"
- 29 September 2014
I am very excited to share with you the first song from Aretha Franklin's new album "Aretha Franklin Sings The Great Diva Classics", which "Rolling In The Deep (The Aretha Version)".
- 23 September 2014
Don't miss Clive Davis and Aretha Franklin in conversation with Anthony DeCurtis at the 92nd Street Y on October 1st, 2014. This is a once-in-a-lifetime event!
In celebration of the release of her forthcoming new album, don’t miss this unique opportunity to hear the “Queen of Soul” one-and-only Aretha Franklin joined by “The Man With The Golden Ears” Clive Davis in a rare interview moderated by Anthony DeCurtis on her extraordinary contributions to music history and the making of her brand new album.
Each ticket includes your admission for this special event, along with a code, distributed the night of the event, to redeem a digital download of Aretha’s new album upon release.
For more information please click this link.
- 18 September 2014
EXCLUSIVE: In the year of the surprise album (Beyonce, U2) comes the nicest one of all: Aretha Franklin, Queen of Soul, will drop her first new album in many years on September 30th courtesy of Clive Davis. Seems impossible but even as we speak Aretha has finished her vocals, Babyface and a few others are working with Clive to finish the mixes, the album art is done and pr whiz Theola Borden at RCA-Arista is revving up the media.
By Roger Friedman
Aretha make a historic appearance on David Letterman on September 29th to announce the album. And she will sing the lead single, which will blow your minds. I heard it today. Aretha has recorded her own spectacular version of Adele’s “Rolling in the Deep.” Yes, that “Rolling in the Deep.” And with all respect to Adele, which Aretha gives, this version of the song is jaw dropping. It swings and rocks.
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- 16 September 2014
Clive Davis, the five-time Grammy winner credited with discovering Whitney Houston in the early 1980s, will release her first-ever live album nearly three years after the death of the legendary singer.
"She was without question the greatest vocalist in the world," Davis told TODAY's Hoda Kotb during a special visit Tuesday to announce the release of "Whitney Houston Live: Her Greatest Performances," which will be out Nov. 10 as a CD and DVD.
For full appearance clip on NBC's Today Show, please click here
- 7 May 2014
By Leila Cobo
The best instrumentalists don't just play -- they speak. Instruments can move freely without language or diction hampering them, but that also makes it more challenging to deliver a message or establish an identity. Yet the sound of Carlos Santana's guitar is unmistakable: angular melodies with a signature piercing tone, easy to distinguish no matter the genre, from rock to Latin to jazz.
No wonder that "Corazón," billed as Santana's first Latin album, is all about that guitar, despite boasting star vocal collaborators from around the world. The instrument's leading role lets "Corazón" be much more than what would typically qualify as Latin (music sung in Spanish), as the guitar's universal language turns the album into a global mixtape: You never know what you're going to get, or from where.
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To Listen to Santana feat. Miguel and the hit single "Indy"