The less-remembered single peaked outside the Top 20 of both soul and pop charts in the US.
The life of Bobby Darin was cruelly cut short when he died after open heart surgery on 20 December, 1973. He was only 37.
Well known to Rolling Stones devotees over a period of more than 20 years, the singer will soon embark on her own European tour with her band Grand Baton.
The expanded reissue of ‘Motortown Revue: Live In Paris’ proves that Berry Gordy’s were firing on all cylinders in the French capitol in 1965.
With an impressive soundtrack, Motown: The Musical tells Berry Gordy’s story and the highs and lows of his legendary label.
1965 was the year that Motown went into the stratosphere, releasing a string of classic singles and taking their legendary Revue shows to Europe.
Larry Levan's 'Genius Of Time' is a cultural history lesson that's packed to the brim with timeless classics straight from the Paradise Garage.
From autumn 1964 to spring 1965, Motown went from being a hit-making Detroit-based indie to a globally adored imprint. Discover this key period in pictures.
Here they are, 45 of the greatest soul records of all time
The tribute concert in honor of Smokey Robinson that will close out the 2015 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Music Masters series in November is to feature three former labelmates from...
Caroline International and SoulMusic.com Records are delving deep into soul history with reissues by Stephanie Mills, Tavares, Valerie Simpson and Tavares.
'Let's Get It On,' that classic of bedroom soul, made its first appearance on both the Billboard pop and R&B charts of July 14, 1973 for Marvin Gaye.
Diana Ross has paid tribute to Michael Masser, writer of some of the best-loved ballads of the past 40 years, after his death on Thursday (July 9).
A new exhibition displaying memorabilia from the stellar career of the Supremes has opened at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles.
The 10-bedroom, 2.2-acre, so-called “Motown Mansion” in Detroit that was formerly owned by Berry Gordy is up for sale.
On 12 May, 1984, ‘Hello,’ written by Lionel Richie with James Anthony Carmichael, took over at No. 1 in the US from Phil Collins’ ‘Against All Odds.’