Motown

Motown, or the Motown sound, is a style of rhythm and blues music named after the record company Motown in Detroit, where teams of songwriters and musicians produced material for girl groups, boy bands, and solo singers during the 1960s and early 1970s.

Motown Artists

50s

The Miracles

The Adantes

Barrett Strong

Marv Johnson

60s

Rare Earth

Marvin Gaye

Mary Wells

Stevie Wonder

The Supremes

Tammi Terrell

The Temptations

The Velvelettes

Brenda Holloway

The Contours

Edwin Starr

The Four Tops

Gladys Knight & The Pips

The Jackson 5

Jimmy Ruffin

Jr Walker & The All Stars

Kim Weston

Martha & The Vandellas

The Marvelettes

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