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Lady GaGa & Aretha Franklin to Be Honored at Hall of Fame Exhibition

February 4, 2011 (5:48 am) GMT
Along with Billie Holiday, GaGa and Franklin will be honored as the most influential female artists of all time at Rock and Roll Hall of Fame exhibition.

, and will be among the stars honored at the world's first exhibit devoted entirely to the most influential female artists of all time. The Women Who Rock: Vision, Passion, Power will be launched at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio, turning the spotlight on 50 top singers in the industry and how the females have shaped the history of music.

Museum curators are also planning a benefit concert featuring and rockabilly star Wanda Jackson to highlight the exhibition, which will open on May 13.

In another news related to GaGa, the "Poker Face" hitmaker is preparing for her upcoming performance at the Grammy Awards on February 13 in Los Angeles. She will showcase her new single "Born This Way" for the first time ever at the star-studded show.

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