Detroit’s own Funk Brothers, known for their background vocals and instruments on many Motown chart-toppers, headed back to the recording studio for the first time in 40 years.
Former music promoter, 82-year-old Bob Harris of Southgate, is Friday night auctioning off 450 photographs he’s collected since the 1960’s.
Known to most Detroiters as the Brewster projects, the decades-old complex has been vacant since the last families were relocated in 2008.
Think Detroit’s own Kid Rock has some Motor City pride?
Prominent Motown studio musician and Funk Brothers member Bob Babbitt has died. He was 74.
Aretha Franklin told the news network she’s a longtime fan of the show and would like to take a vital a role in picking the next “American Idol.”
The 27-minute documentary takes a look inside the historic buildings, introducing the viewer to lifelong residents, those who fought to keep the projects open, and today’s squatters.
Motown is mourning the lost of Dick Clark, longtime host of “American Bandstand” — a show on which many Detroit acts got their start.
The son of a Motown Records behind-the-scenes legend and inspiration for bassists the world over said he’s planning to pay tribute to this father the best way he knows how.
The son of one of the founding members of the Motown singing group The Contours was shot to death at the Detroit night club he managed early New Year’s Day.