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  • The Beatles
    Top 5 Beatles' cover versions of other artists' songs
    Before John Lennon and Paul McCartney became the prolific songwriting team of the 1960s, their group, The Beatles, sang several cover versions of other people's songs. The Beatles were really a cover band until they mastered the art of...
  • The Nathan Owens Motown and Soul Revue packs Sac Music Fest venue
    The Nathan Owens Motown and Soul Revue packs Sac Music Fest venue
    The annual Sacramento Music Festival completed its 42nd year on Monday, May 25, 2015 with another round of great music enjoyed by multiple thousands of fans with a new favorite being The Nathan Owens Motown and Soul Revue. The band hails from...
  • Motown The Musical  on national tour
    'Motown the Musical' coming to D.C. (see full tour schedule)
    The First National Tour of 'Motown The Musical' will make its way to Washington, D.C. this winter when the show hits the stage at National Theatre on December 1. The show will run for a more than a month."Motown The Musical' is...
  • Motown Mojo takes over The Buell Theatre in Denver
    Review: ‘Motown’ mojo takes over The Buell Theatre in Denver
    Motown the Musical, the motherlode of tribute music, opened to a packed Buell Theatre in Denver Tuesday night. The true story of entertainment entrepreneur and visionary Berry Gordy and his amazing career after he founded the record company Motown...
  • "1965: The Most Revolutionary Year in Music"
    Interview: Author discusses why 1965 was music's best year ever
    Andrew Grant Jackson thinks 1965 was the best year music ever had. And he has documented that evidence in a just published book, “1965: The Most Revolutionary Year in Music.” “It's about 1965, and the rivalry between the...
  • Judy Tint
    Music lawyer Judy Tint's ultimate attorney-client privilege
    It was hardly the typical band member introduction, when the Four Tops’ Duke Fakir pointed to the woman standing by the bandleader with the tambourine in her hand one night last week at Broadway’s Palace Theatre, where the Tops were...
  • Motown Records
    Motown Records was the brainchild of Berry Gordy, Jr.
    Debuting in Detroit, Michigan on November 28, 1929, Berry Gordy, Jr. is the seventh of eight children born to Berry Gordy Sr. and Bertha Fuller. His father had been lured to Detroit by the booming automotive business which offered a large quantity...
  • Smokey Robinson promo photo 16
    Motown legend Smokey Robinson at Genesee Theatre in Waukegan
    Motown legend, singer/songwriter Smokey Robinson, one of the most beloved and influential figures in the history of popular music, will perform Live In Concert at Genesee Theatre, 203 North Genesee Street, Waukegan, Illinois on Friday, October 3rd...
  • Motown the Musical
    'Motown the Musical' singing up a storm on Broadway
    Live singing. A live orchestra. Soul. Motown music. Broadway. A true delight.Motown The Musical, based on Berry Gordy’s autobiography “To Be Loved: The Music, The Magic, The Memories of Motown”, is in its theatrical run on...
  • DVD Review -  Motown 25: Yesterday Today Forever
    'Motown 25: Yesterday Today Forever' DVD Review
    May 16, 1983, NBC aired a special that featured the greatest names that Motown had ever seen. For 25 years Motown had been bringing America the best music that money could buy. Artists like Marvin Gaye, The Jackson Five, The Temptations, The...
  • Dennis Coffey
    Rewind with Dennis Coffey
    As one of the legendary Funk Brothers, the studio band that played on countless Motown recordings, Dennis Coffey is known as the guitarist who brought the wah pedal to R&B via The Temptations’ “Cloud Nine.” In addition to...
  • Taylor Swift
    Taylor Swift, "Shakes It Off," with Motown inspired single
    Herbie Hancock once said, “to be an artist, a musician you have to drive yourself, you can’t listen to what other people think or what they want to hear from you. You as the artist are the only one that knows what is best for you, and...
  • Open mic, Motown tribute, & renowned, mesmerizing storytelling at Club Passim
    Open mic, Motown tribute, & renowned, mesmerizing storytelling at Club Passim
    Club Passim, 47 Palmer Street in Cambridge, Massachusetts, boasts another week of multiple genres in a Motown tribute, indie-pop, thoughtful banjo playing, and a Rocky Mountain Folk Festival Songwriter Showcase finalist and mesmerizing storyteller...
  • They have the Motown Sound
    "They Have that Motown Sound"
    The Legends of Motown Old School Tribute show captured the look, the sound and the feeling of being at a Motown concert. They packed a lot into one evening with impressions of the Supremes, Smokey Robinson, Gladys Knight, Al Green, James Brown,...
  • CREME CRUISE VI - SAT. JUNE 14th TORONTO
    Spring time is ROCKING across Toronto Canada as Music Events attract hundreds
    The chills of winter are almost gone - as the city of Toronto prepares to welcome the warm Summer rush of events! Hundreds of visitors are attracted to events that have become annual traditions.One can definitely enjoy Sugar Beach or Ashbridges...
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