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ted white

Let me take this opportunity to welcome you to our solsarin.com website. Today, I would like to introduce you to an amazing person known as “ted white”.

about ted white

It is thought that Theodore Richard White (March 25, 1931 – October 26, 2020) was an American businessman, songwriter, music manager, and producer who was born in Detroit, Michigan.

It is believed that White served as the manager and first husband of Aretha Franklin. As a songwriter, White wrote or co-wrote many of Franklin’s songs, including “I Wonder (Where You Are Tonight), “Lee Cross”, “Dr. Feelgood”, and “Think”.

Life and career of ted white

It was reported in 1968 that white owned a chain of jukeboxes and dabbled in Detroit real estate and was a wheeler-dealer. He was born on March 25, 1931 in Detroit, Michigan. Aside from being a sandlot promoter before he became the manager of the singer Aretha Franklin, White also described himself as a sandlot promoter.

As a result of Della Reese’s introduction to Franklin at the Twenty Grand Club in Detroit, White and Franklin began dating for a few weeks before they were married by a justice of the peace on tour in Ohio in 1961, at the age of 19 and 30 respectively. Franklin’s father, C.L. Franklin, opposed their union. Harvey Fuqua described White as a pimp, and White was portrayed as such by him.

ted white
ted white

The record label Ston-Roc was founded in 1964 by White, who was involved in producing the Tony & Tyrone single “Talking About the People” / “Don’t Ever Leave Me” in 1964. Franklin recorded the song Lee Cross written by White during that year, but it was recorded by Walter Jackson instead and released as a single in 1967 as a single.

then…

By the time Franklin’s version was released in 1967, she had parted ways with her former label Columbia Records and White had negotiated a contract with Atlantic Records on her behalf. In 1967, White and Franklin co-wrote the songs “Dr. Feelgood” and “Don’t Let Me Lose This Dream” for her album I Never Loved a Man the Way I Love You, both of which have been covered by a wide variety of artists. In addition to co-writing some of the songs on Lady Soul (1968) and Aretha Now (1968), before they parted ways, they had co-written a few songs together.

She split up with Franklin in 1968, and her brother Cecil Franklin took over managing her career after White separated from him. As a Christian singer, Mahalia Jackson told us, White had been abusive to Franklin during their marriage, having abused Franklin publicly at Atlanta’s Regency Hyatt House Hotel. It was not the first time that White had been violent toward Franklin. Violence between White and Franklin was not uncommon between the two of them. It was in December 1969 when White shot Charles Cook, younger brother of singer Sam Cooke, in the groin over a visit to Franklin’s Detroit home that Cook was
shot. Franklin and White’s divorce was
finally finalized in 1969.

Ted White Jr.

A son, Ted “Teddy” White Jr., was
born to White and Franklin in February 1964, and Teddy, after the divorce, was
raised by his father’s family in Oak Park, Michigan. He spent holidays and weekends with his mother in Detroit. Teddy Richards was a musician who played guitar for his mother before he became a singer-songwriter.

Death and in pop culture of ted white

As far as I know, White died on October 26, 2020 in Detroit, Michigan, at the age of 89. White was
portrayed by Malcolm Barrett during the third season of the anthology series, Genius, and by Marlon Wayans during the 2021 Aretha Franklin biopic, Respect.

ted white
ted white

ted white’s wife

Aretha Franklin

The American singer, songwriter and pianist Aretha Louise Franklin (March 25, 1942 – August 16, 2018) was
referred to as “Queen of Soul”, as Rolling Stone twice named her the greatest singer of all time and ninth-best artist of all time. She was
referred to as the Queen of Soul by Rolling Stone. As one of the world’s most successful music artists, Franklin has sold over 75 million records worldwide.

It was Franklin’s father C. L. Franklin who was a minister at the New Bethel Baptist Church in Detroit, Michigan, where she began singing gospel music as a child, who was
noticed for her gospel singing abilities as a child. At the age of 18, she was
signed as a recording artist for Columbia Records. While her career did not flourish immediately, Franklin found acclaim and commercial success in 1966 after signing with Atlantic Records, where she found commercial success and acclaim. It was hit songs such as “I Never Loved a Man (The Way I Love You)”, “Respect”, “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman”, “Chain of Fools”, “Think”, and “I Say a Little Prayer”, which
propelled Franklin to the top of the charts.

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ted white

then…

It was only when Franklin experienced difficulties with the record company that he was able to record a number of acclaimed albums, such as I Never Loved a Man the Way I Love You (1967), Lady Soul (1968), Spirit in the Dark (1970), Young, Gifted and Black (1972), Amazing Grace (1972), and Sparkle (1976). In 1979, Franklin left Atlantic Records and signed with Arista Records. He appeared in the film The Blues Brothers in 1980 before releasing the successful albums Jump to It (1982), Who’s Zoomin’ Who? Among Franklin’s albums were Aretha (1985) and a follow-up to Aretha (1986) on the Arista label. Franklin returned to the Top 40 with “A Rose Is Still a Rose”
produced by Lauryn Hill, later releasing an album with the same name.

Franklin had a total of 112 charted singles on the US Billboard charts, including 73 Hot 100 entries, 17 top-ten pop singles, 100 R&B entries, and 20 number-one R&B singles. As well as the foregoing, the singer has also recorded the following hits: “Ain’t No Way”, “Call Me”, “Don’t Play That Song (You Lied)”, “Spanish Harlem”, “Rock Steady”, “Day Dreaming”, “Until You Come Back to Me (That’s What I’m Gonna Do)”, “Something He Can Feel”, “Jump to It”, “Freeway of Love”, “Who’s Zoomin’ Who” and “I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me)” (a duet with George Michael). It is noteworthy that Franklin won 18 Grammy Awards (out of 44 nominations) that included the first eight awards given for Best Female R&B Vocal Performance (1968-1975), a Grammy Awards Living Legend honor, and a Grammy Awards Lifetime Achievement Award.

and…

Throughout her career, Franklin has received many honors and awards, including the National Medal of Arts and the Presidential Medal of Freedom. She was also
inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1987 as the first female artist to do so. Additionally, she was
inducted into the UK Music Hall of Fame in 2005, and into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame in 2012. There has been a lot of talk recently about the Pulitzer Prize jury’s decision to award the songwriter a posthumous special citation for her “indelible contribution to American music and culture for more than five decades”. Franklin will be
inducted into the National Women’s Hall of Fame in 2020.

early life of Aretha Franklin

she was born on march 25, 1942, to Barbara and Clarence LaVaughn “C. L.” Franklin. She was
delivered at the Franklin family’s home situated at 406 Lucy Avenue in Memphis, Tennessee, on March 25, 1942. As a Baptist minister and circuit preacher from Shelby, Mississippi, her father was an accomplished pianist and vocalist, while her mother was an accomplished pianist and singer. Aside from the four children that Mr. and Mrs. Franklin had together, both of them had children from prior relationships. Aretha Franklin’s family moved from Memphis, Tennessee to Buffalo, New York when she was two years old. By the time she turned five, C. L. Franklin had relocated the family permanently to Detroit, where he became the pastor of the New Bethel Baptist Church in Detroit.

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ted white

The Franklins had a troubled marriage due to Mr. Franklin’s infidelities, and they separated in 1948. Barbara Franklin returned to Buffalo with Aretha’s half-brother, Vaughn, at that time, after the separation. Aretha recalls seeing her mother in Buffalo during the summer after the separation,
and Barbara Franklin visited her children in Detroit many times. Before Aretha’s 10th birthday, her mother died of a heart attack on March 7, 1952. Several women, including Aretha’s grandmother, Rachel, and Mahalia Jackson, took turns helping with the children at the Franklin home. It was during this period when Aretha learned how to play the piano
by ear and also attended public school in Detroit. She finished her first year at Northern High School, but dropped out at the end of her second year.

As a result of Aretha’s father’s highly emotional sermons, he became known as the man with the “million-dollar voice” due to the fact he earned thousands of dollars for his sermons in various churches all over the country. His fame led to a number of celebrities visiting his home. It was a joy to have gospel musicians such as Clara Ward,
James Cleveland, and early Caravans members Albertina Walker and Inez Andrews visit C. L. Franklin. There were also friends between Martin Luther King Jr., Jackie Wilson, and Sam Cooke. Ward was romantically
involved with Aretha’s father from around 1949 to his death in 1973,
although Aretha “preferred to view them strictly as friends”,
and Ward served as a role model to Aretha as a young girl.

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