Legendary groups The Supremes, Martha & The Vandellas and The Marvelettes are well known, but there are many female Motown stars you need to know.
How to follow a classic like 'My Guy'? The first queen of Motown did so by making it two soul chart-toppers in a row.
Some of the finest recorded work by one of the most distinguished British writer-performer-producers of them all.
When it came to a new Smokey Robinson song, Mary Wells' departure from the Motown hierarchy was Brenda Holloway's gain with 'When I'm Gone.'
To mark Black History Month, uDiscover salutes 50 classic R&B originals that became mainstream hits when they were covered by rock and pop artists.
8 January 1966 saw the chart arrival in the UK of the Spencer Davis Group's Their First LP, which went on to peak at No. 6.
UMC have announced the physical 4CD release of Motown Unreleased 1966 which includes cassic tracks and songs from the label's vault
Due for release on 26 May, and featuring Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrel, ‘The Motown 7s Box: Volume 4’ features another 14 rarities from the vaults.
When it came to a new song by Smokey Robinson, Mary Wells' departure from the Motown hierarchy was Brenda Holloway's gain.
Gilles Pétard gives uDiscover a unique insight into Motown’s French invasion of 1965 and the Motortown Revue In Paris box set.
This year’s Ponderosa Stomp in New Orleans will feature appearances by early Motown stars Mable John and Brenda Holloway, plus Irma Thomas and more.
The vital presence of women of soul in the history of R&B, from Nina Simone to Jessie Ware, is commemorated in the new UMC compilation ‘Soul Sisters.’
On the Hot 100 of November 4, 1967, Brenda Holloway hit No. 39 with ‘You’ve Made Me So Very Happy,' little knowing it would be her final top 40 showing.
Four Motown singers, the pillars of Motown Records – Smokey, Stevie, Marvin and Diana – all became global soul superstars due to one man, Berry Gordy.