'Your Precious Love' was written, just like the pair's ‘Ain’t No Mountain High Enough,' by the rising team of Nick Ashford and Valerie Simpson.
A new exhibition displaying memorabilia from the stellar career of the Supremes has opened at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles.
Discover our pick of the greatest bass players. We’ve included rock bassists, jazz, and funk and soul in our list. Here are 50 top bass players.
A hidden gem by Smokey Robinson and the Miracles made its Billboard Hot 100 debut on June 18, 1966, ‘Whole Lot Of Shakin’ In My Heart (Since I Met You).’
The group were still 'Ridin' High' even without the help of Holland-Dozier-Holland.
The tragic story of 1960s Motown star Tammi Terrell will be the subject of a big screen biopic starring Kat Graham, from ‘The Vampire Diaries.’
The 10-bedroom, 2.2-acre, so-called “Motown Mansion” in Detroit that was formerly owned by Berry Gordy is up for sale.
Widely-respected trumpeter Marcus Belgrave, who toured with Ray Charles and played with the Funk Brothers at Motown, died May 24 at the age of 78.
In the week the May 17, 1969, the popularity of his recent ’25 Miles’ hit helped take Nashville-born Edwin Starr onto the US album chart for the first time.
For all her other hits, Smokey Robinson's composition became the Detroit singer’s defining song.
A benefit event is taking place today (Saturday May 2) for one of the members of Motown’s great Funk Brothers house band, Eddie ‘Chank’ Willis.
‘Marvin Gaye: 1961-1965,' the first of three vinyl box sets celebrating the catalogue of Marvin Gaye, will be released worldwide by USM in May.
The copyright case between Marvin Gaye’s ‘Got To Give It Up’ and Robin Thicke’s ‘Blurred Lines’ has led to a big digital upswing for Gaye.
'Where I’m Coming From' was the album that began the march of Stevie Wonder towards creative independence, so let’s reDiscover this classic record.
Universal Music has remastered the Stevie Wonder retrospective ‘The Definitive Collection’ to mark what is set to be a major period of new appreciation.
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.