In advance of her first Toledo performance in more than 40 years, Tatum Center librarian specialist and music historian Brett Collins makes a case for the induction of Chaka Khan -- one of the rock era's most influential vocalists and recording artists -- into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The singer, who was known as "little Aretha" early on, came to prominence as the focal point of the influential funk/rock/soul band Rufus in the early '70s. She became a solo superstar who was sought out by jazz, rock, pop and hip-hop artists for collaborations and has been eligible for the Hall of Fame, with Rufus and as a solo artist, for 21 and 16 years, respectively. Chaka samples, examples of her influence and light refreshments. Free and open to the public.