The children of late soul singer James Brown are planning to turn his home into a Graceland-like museum.
The memories of the late soul singer James Brown will remain immortal as planning on turning his home into a Graceland-like museum and building a mausoleum on the site for his body, is on its way.
Debri Opri, an attorney for the late star, said Friday January 12th that Brown's children, several close friends and the singer's trustees are all planning on a museum. Concerning that encounter, the people are planning to talk with Elvis Presley's family to see how they did Graceland.
Brown, dubbed the Godfather of Soul died of heart failure Dec. 25 at age 73. His body lies in a sealed casket in his home on Beech Island until his children choose his final resting place.