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Little Richard: King and Queen of Rock ‘n’ Roll

Season 37 Episode 5 | 1hr 29m 31s

Experience the meteoric rise and enduring legacy of Little Richard. This portrait of the “King and Queen of Rock and Roll” explores his far-reaching influence as well as his advocacy for the rights of Black artists in the music industry.

Aired: 06/01/23 | Expires: 07/20/24
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