'Through the Fire' with Chaka Khan

May 2013
Windy City Times;5/15/2013, Vol. 28 Issue 32, p21
An interview with singer Chaka Khan is presented. She discusses her May 2013 performance at the Center on Halsted LGBT community center in Chicago, Illinois and the role of adequate sleep and proper rest in protecting her voice all through her 40-year long career. She discusses her concert tour "I'm Every Woman," her album releases, and her collaboration with singers including Sheila E. She appreciates her gay and lesbian fans for their constant support and love.


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