Sylvia Moy, a writer for Motown Records and a member of the Songwriters Hall of Fame, died on Saturday (April 15) at Beaumont Hospital in Dearborn, MI at the age of 78. According to family members, she died from pneumonia.
The man Berry Gordy depended on to get the word out on his young Motown Records, publicist Al Abrams, died Saturday at his home in Findlay, OH at the age of 74. He had been diagnosed with cancer just three weeks ago.
Hot on the heels of the announcement that Jesse L. Martin has been, once again, selected for the role of Marvin Gaye in the movie Sexual Healing, we get news that Martin’s old boss on Law and Order is being considered for the role of Gaye’s mother.
Just one week after Human Nature announced the end of their three year residency in Las Vegas the Australian pop group have announced that they have signed a new two year agreement with the new venue The Venetian to continue ‘The Motown Show’.
In April, Suzi Quatro fell while getting off of an airplane in Kiev, breaking her right knee and left wrist. Since that time, she has been recovering and, even though she continues to be in pain, she has put on her first show.