Sylvia Moy: Legendary Motown Songwriter Has DiedSylvia Moy, who co-wrote several classic '60s hits with Stevie Wonder and went on to become Motown's first woman producer, died Saturday in Detroit. She was 78.
Netflix Orders Motown-Themed Show For KidsOn the same day Netflix debuted its Beatles-centric kids show, the streaming service announced that it is working on an original animated series for kids based on the Jobete catalog of Motown hits.
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Motown's Jimmy Ruffin Dead At 78Jimmy Ruffin, the Motown tenor who hit the Top 10 with "What Becomes of the Brokenhearted" and made a 1980 comeback with the Robin Gibb composition "Hold Onto My Love," died today in Las Vegas, according to TMZ. He was 78 -- three years older than in most published biographies of him.
Art Van And Motown Toast Their 55th Anniversaries TogetherMotown founder Berry Gordy, other alumni of the record label, and Motown Museum patrons will be special guests at a dazzling Homecoming Reception at The Roostertail
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