Celebrating The Career of Music Industry Icon, Motown Records Founder, Berry GordyMotown Records founder Berry Gordy is responsible for helping establish the sound of a generation all while creating one of the most influential and successful record companies in history.
Mary Wilson, A Founding Member Of 'The Supremes,' Has DiedMary Wilson, a founding member of "The Supremes" has died at the age of 76.
Stevie Wonder Leaves Motown, Starts His Own Label And Releases 2 New SongsStevie Wonder fans were stunned to hear the Detroit native is leaving Motown after 60 years.
Detroit Native, Allee Willis, songwriter behind 'Friends' theme, has died at 72Songwriter Allee Willis has died in Los Angeles. Willis was one of the music industry's most colorful characters, who brought a lot of joy to the world.
Detroit Celebrates 60 Years Of Motown With Ann DelisiHow The Detroit Work Ethic Permeated Into The Motown Sound
Motown Mogul Berry Gordy Announces Retirement At 89Barry Gordy -- the Motown mogul who launched the careers of numerous stars like Stevie Wonder, Diana Ross and Michael Jackson -- has announced his retirement.
Aretha Franklin Wins Pulitzer Months After Her DeathAretha Franklin is still getting R-E-S-P-E-C-T after death: The Queen of Soul received the Pulitzer Prize Special Citation honor Monday, becoming the first individual woman to earn a special citation prize since the honor was first awarded in 1930.
Motown Museum Committed To Remembering Michael JacksonSince the release of the latest documentary on Michael Jackson, museums across the country have been removing memorabilia due to criticism due to alleged child abuse, but some continue to remember him.
State Acquires The Historic United Sound Systems In DetroitIn an effort to preserve a key piece of Motown history, the music studio where stars such as Aretha Franklin and Miles Davis recorded has been bought by the state.
Detroit's Motown Museum Expansion Gets $500K Boost Thanks To DTE Energy The Motown Museum's expansion plans are getting a $500,000 boost.
Aretha Franklin's Bloomfield Township Home Hits the MarketThe suburban Detroit home of the late "Queen of Soul" is for sale.
Ambassadors For Motown Sound Seek More Of It In HometownSome of Detroit's best singers and musicians breathe new life into beloved songs more than a half-century old.
Motown Funk Brothers Key Guitarist Eddie Willis DiesA funeral home director says Eddie Willis, a key session guitarist for Motown Records, has died at his Mississippi home.
Detroit Honors Jackson Brothers with Ceremonial Key to CityThey didn't get a street named after them, but they did get the keys to the city.
Motown Museum Hosts Annual Founder's Day April 25Motown Museum announced today that on Wednesday, April 25, it will offer half off Motown Museum admission, as well as host a community day event, in memory of the late Motown Museum founder Esther Gordy Edwards' birthday, which has become known as Founder's Day.