It wasn’t easy for musicians to be openly feminist – or, indeed, to be openly women. But right from the start, they’ve been there...
Motown left Detroit a long time ago, but the record company who gave us Diana, Marvin, Smokey & Stevie continues to exert a huge influence on popular music.
On August 25, 1973, Diana Ross had a new No. 1 on the R&B chart with the record we present as our Rediscovered Gem: Touch Me In The Morning.
The 50th anniversary of the Supremes' first of 12 No. 1 US singles in just five years, with our latest Rediscovered Gem, ‘Where Did Our Love Go.’
Released 43 years ago, 'Back Seat Of My Car,' the Paul song spurned by Beatles and then by singles buyers.
Hear how Diana Ross was shot at getting pizza, the Motown movie, when Motown had to move from Detroit to LA, and much more, told by people who were there.
The Something For The Weekend playlist is perfect to get you in the mood.
In a world where everything is on shuffle, get back to basics, to listen to these Motown albums from top to bottom in the way they were intended.
Four Motown singers, the pillars of Motown Records – Smokey, Stevie, Marvin and Diana – all became global soul superstars due to one man, Berry Gordy.