LOUISVILLE, KY - MAY 04: Smokey Robinson and Frances Robinson attend the 139th Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs on May 4, 2013 in Louisville, Kentucky.
Meeting Smokey Robinson and having Aretha Franklin know who you are. And Drake surprising me. And Paula Abdul. All those different people that are stars that you look up to, having them acknowledge your talent.
Smokey Robinson. He said no matter how high your head gets in the clouds, don’t ever let your feet come off the ground. It means stay grounded and humble.More quotes »
Michael Buble on his new CD, 'To Be Loved'
want his new album, "To Be Loved" (Reprise), to sound perfect.He laughs when asked about his passionate version of Smokey Robinson 's "Who's Lovin' You," where some notes work well in context, but aren't exactly right. "Yeah," he says. "We're a little pitchy, Read more »
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Great soul songs 2. “Since I Lost My Baby”
Also written by Smokey Robinson (a musical genius!), but performed by the Temptations, “Since I Lost My Baby” comes about as close to perfection as a soul song can get: a classic fusion of music and lyrics. Released in 1965, I can’t believe it peaked at from Why Evolution Is True Read more »
New Jersey Performing Arts Center Announces New Season
By JAMES C. MCKINLEY JR. A symphonic concert devoted to the music of Led Zeppelin and performances by several Motown greats, including Diana Ross and Smokey Robinson, are among the events scheduled for the new season at the New Jersey Performing Arts Cen from The New York Times Read more »
Michael Buble Premieres 'Who's Lovin' You' Music Video
By posting it on his official website and on his own YouTube page, Grammy Award-winning artist Michael Buble unveiled his music video for "Who's Lovin' You", a track off his new album "To Be Loved". For his latest release, the 37-year-old singer covers t from Aces Showbiz Read more »
June 7 Smokey Robinson concert canceled
Today is Tuesday, May 14, the 134th day of 2013. There are 231 days left in the year. 1863 -- 150 years ago: City Marshal Cropper this morning arrested a counterfeiter, whocalled himself John Bush, at the Island City Hotel. He had $640 in $20 bills that from Quad-Cities Online Read more »
When Ronnie White (of Smokey Robinson and the Miracles) brought Steveland Morris over to the Motown offices in Detroit in 1961, Berry Gordy was at first unimpressed. After Morris sang the Miracles’ “Lonely Guy” and performed on piano, harmonica and bongo from Power Line Read more »