'Come And Get These Memories' embodied the Berry Gordy had been looking for.
She left us at a tragically young 24, but her elegant vocals live on.
The Detroit landmark celebrates its founder and former Motown Records senior VP.
On the 50th anniversary of Dr Martin Luther King Jr's death, Stevie Wonder and over 80 musicians, politicians and actors share their #DreamStillLives video.
On Smokey Robinson’s 18th birthday, 19 February 1958, his first single with the Miracles was released, and a great career began with an answer record.
Edwin Starr, probably one of the most underestimated soul singers, and one of the nicest guys in the business, was born on 21 January 1942 in Nashville.
On the chart of 27 December 1969, Diana Ross & the Supremes scored the last of their 12 US pop No. 1s.
The first lady of Motown experienced an auspicious moment on 19 December 1960, as Mary Wells made her R&B chart debut with 'Bye Bye Baby.'
A mere two weeks before the end of the '60s, on 18 December 1969, Motown unveiled the album Diana Ross Presents The Jackson 5.
Two of the best-loved Motown Christmas albums are out again on vinyl from USM, featuring Stevie Wonder and the Jackson 5.
On 2 December 1967, the exciting Motown interpretation of 'Grapevine' by Gladys Knight and the Pips became a US R&B No. 1.
On 30 November 1963, the Holland-Dozier-Holland magic started working for Martha & the Vandellas again with their third smash in a row, 'Quicksand.'
A uDiscover salute to a man who helped to shape the sound of the 20th century, Motown founder Berry Gordy Jr, born 28 November 1929.
On 23 November 1968, the Marvin Gaye version of ‘I Heard It Through The Grapevine’ was just beginning to build its legend, as it entered the Hot 100.
The special relationship between Motown and its British devotees was in full effect once again on October 1970, on Motown Chartbusters Volume 4.