Jimmy Ruffin, mastermind behind the 1966 hit “What Becomes of the Brokenhearted,” passed away on Monday in Las Vegas. He was 78.
On Feb. 19, singer William “Smokey” Robinson was born in Detroit, Mich and John Singleton became the first African-American director to be nominated for an Academy Award.
As the founder of Motown Records, legendary music producer/songwriter Berry Gordy has been a major pioneer in both the artistic and business sides of the music industry. He is the creative force behind launching the […]
Richard Street, a former member of The Temptations and Motown singer, died early Wednesday morning (Feb. 27) in a Las Vegas hospitcal of a pulmonary embolism, reports CBS Detroit. He was 70. Street served in […]
The former Beatle and Motown Records founder Berry Gordy are teaming up to raise money to help conserve and honor a famous piece of Motown’s history.