The relationship between Motown and politics runs deep. At the heart of it was great music and a commitment to changing the world.
From the archives of Motown and EMI Records comes an exhibition of rare and unseen photographs at the Proud Galleries in London & here are just a selection.
The passing of American broadcasting legend Casey Kasem has got us reminiscing about a programme that was a landmark in radio for chart buffs everywhere.
The Something For The Weekend playlist is perfect to get you in the mood.
The BBC announced today that Stevie Wonder's song Another Star will be used as the theme tune for BBC coverage of the World Cup.
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.
1973 was a great year for music with fabulous albums released by legendary artists.
Four Motown singers, the pillars of Motown Records – Smokey, Stevie, Marvin and Diana – all became global soul superstars due to one man, Berry Gordy.
Most people will not view 1973 as a vintage year in music, yet there was an astounding number of releases that ensure it was a year well worth remembering.
To win a coveted BRIT or Grammy award, is a career highlight for many artists, symbolising the glamour, drama & celebration of what music has to offer.