The sole surviving co-founder of the Motown legends talks to us about his place in their history, the smash hit Broadway musical of their story and much more.
Jr. Walker & the All Stars' follow-up to 'Shotgun' was the instrumental ‘Cleo’s Mood,’ which hit the Billboard Hot 100 on January 15, 1966.
After 'Keep On Truckin'' topped the R&B charts, 'Boogie Down' continued the soul man's brilliant form and did the same.
On November 20, 1971, Rod Stewart followed 'Maggie May' by hitting the Hot 100 again with a cover of one of his favourite groups, the Temptations.
The death of Jimmy Ruffin, at the age of 78, robs us of another of the great vocal stylists of Motown’s glory years.
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.
Stevie Wonder will follow his ‘Songs In The Key Of Life Performance Tour’ by also playing the album at the 19th Annual House Full of Toys Benefit Concert
Lucky Stevie Wonder fans in North America will be able to see him perform his 1976 double album ‘Songs In The Key Of Life’ on an 11-city tour from November.
Is the Temptations’ story coming to Broadway? The history of the famous group could be following the Motown musical onto the Great White Way.
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.’
The Commodores were on a Natural High 37 years ago, with the album of that name, and its signature No. 1 ballad, ‘Three Times A Lady.’
Tracing the contours of a Motown smash, on the Billboard Hot 100 for the week of August 11, 1962, the Contours’ ‘Do You Love Me' arrived at No. 100.
Right around this time in 1969, Kiki Dee made her parents proud. becoming the first British white female to sign to the already mighty Motown label.
Early ‘80s Motown signing Gene Van Buren, who worked at the label with Berry Gordy’s late sister (and Marvin Gaye’s ex-wife) Anna, is back
Bernie Yeszin, the former Motown art director who designed many of the label’s famous album covers and created the iconic “M” logo, has passed away.