From the time of her first recording at age 14 at New Bethel Baptist Church in Detroit, Aretha Franklin captivated audiences with her distinctive voice and musical precocity. She eventually became one of the most celebrated and influential singers of all time. As her music became associated with social movements, she became the Queen of Soul, which she remains. The Tatum Center celebrates her legacy on what would have been her 77th birthday with Toledo-based pianist Kalvin Hughes, who was a key member of the Queen's musical court in her later years. He will be joined by his Trio and special guests. Light refreshments. Limited seating: first come, first seated.