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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Berry Gordy
Berry Gordy will be honored at this year's Songwriters Hall of Fame gala.
For Berry Gordy, conquering Broadway is the next _ and by his own admission, last _ major milestone of a magical, musical career.
The Chrysler brand is continuing to build upon the heart, soul and the passion of Detroit with a new 60-second commercial titled "Who We Are."
Chrysler recruited hometown star Eminem for a memorable 2011 Super Bowl ad that introduced the tagline "Imported From Detroit."
The stars of the upcoming Broadway musical about Motown Records have read pretty much every book about and listened to every song from that golden era of American music.
Producers of a musical based on the life of Motown Records founder Berry Gordy are seeking an exceptionally talented young actor _ one who can play a preteen Gordy, a young Michael Jackson and a precocious Stevie Wonder.
Hundreds are saying a final goodbye to Esther Gordy Edwards, the sister of Motown Records founder Berry Gordy Jr. who helped him build the company and led efforts to preserve the original Detroit headquarters.
Esther Gordy Edwards, who helped build Motown Records alongside her brother Berry Gordy Jr. and led efforts to turn its original Detroit headquarters into a museum, has died. She was 91.
Singers John Legend and Nick Jonas channeled their inner Motown before cheering teenagers at the White House on Thursday as Barack and Michelle Obama celebrated the sounds that were a powerful part of the soundtrack of their youth.
Mrs. Powell, who passed away in October at 98, taught Diana, Stevie, Smokey and the rest of Motown’s stable of stars “to walk, talk and think with class,” said founder Berry Gordy in a statement following her death.
The show about Berry Gordy tells the story of how his Motown Records empire rose and fell and then rose again.