The Magic of Motown
Motown is back in action thanks to the world’s best tribute band: The Magic of Motown. The tribute features the biggest party of the year, with 40 Motown hits playing back-to-back in a once-in-a-lifetime event.
All of the best Motown hits are features along with the same dazzling dance moves, costumes and sounds.
You’ll hear classic music from some of the biggest names to ever hit the stage, including the Jackson 5, Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, Diana Ross and The Supremes among many more. The concern is a musical journey that brings fans through many of their favorite childhood songs, including All Night Love, Grapevine and Ain’t No Mountain.
Motown transformed music forever. The record company signed some of the world’s biggest artists and giving them the chance to shine on the stage.
The record label has developed its own sound, called the Motown Sound, which is a type of soul music. The record label grew from a small record label to a major success in less than a decade thanks to its talent scouting.
Between 1960 and 1969, much of the top music produced was tied to the record label. The record label produced 79 Top Ten records on the Billboard Hot 100.
Motown has changed from the East to West coast throughout its history. The label’s major success came between the years of 1959 and 1972. The early artists signed to Motown/Tamla, include The Miracles, which produced “Shop Around.” The single hit the second spot on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1960.
The Marvelettes would go on to produce “Please Mr. Postman” a year later after the two record companies merged to form the Motown Record Corporation.
The record label had 110 top 10 hits between 1961 and 1971, with the label signing major acts, including:
- Jackson 5
- Four Tops
- Diana Ross
- Marvin Gaye
- Stevie Wonder
- Smokey Robinson
- Marthe Reeves
The Magic of Motown features many of the hits that the record label produced during their decade of dominance. The label, which is more than just a decade of magic, includes some of the world’s most famous songs that were produced between the 1960 – 1970s.
Guests will be thrown back in time to when the Jackson 5 performed on stage, Marvin Gaye stunned the world with his iconic past, and Stevie Wonder first started to inspire people. It’s the world’s best Motown experience and it’s coming to the UK for a three-hour concert featuring 40 songs.