Motown


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Motown

™ music combining rhythm and blues and pop, or gospel rhythms and modern ballad harmony
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com dazzling dance moves and glittering costumes galore the elusive, authentic sound of Motown is recreated by our incredible Magic of Motown band.
The new, 60 foot long float features a piano, oversized records and toe-tapping Motown tunes to entertain the crowd.
Show producer Michael Taylor says: "says: "T Incredibly, 100 more Motown No1s followed worldwide.
The Magic of Motown show, now in its tenth year and with an all-new production, re-captures the golden days of the popular music and is taking it on a 100-date tour.
It is a great night at Miss Jones every night of the week and offers a superb alternative from the city centre, but come on a Friday if you love your soul and Motown.
To mark the occasion, The Magic of Motown is preparing to sign, seal and deliver (with a nod to Stevie Wonder) its biggest production ever in its nine-year history.
QUESTION: In which American city was the Motown label based?
To mark the occasion, The Magic of Motown is staging its biggest production in its nine-year history.
The Magic of Motown has a really incredible cast, dazzling costume changes, superb choreography and a live band recreating that elusive Motown sound.
Between 1961 and 1971 Motown Records recorded 110 Top Ten hits.
Sometimes buoyant, sometimes urgent, often gospel-tinged but always cool and infectious, the lyrics and rhythms of Motown opened a window into the Black experience of the segregated 1960s.
How Sweet It Is - Motown's Greatest Hits includes classic hits by made famous by top Motown superstars like The Temptations, The Four Tops, Smokey Robinson, Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, The Jackson Five and The Isley Brothers.