Trailblazing actress Cicely Tyson and music legend Ray Charles will be posthumously inducted into the Black Music and Entertainment Walk of Fame in 2022.
A Los Angeles intersection has been named after legendary music mogul Berry Gordy.
Music mogul Berry Gordy has donated $4 million to the expansion of Detroit’s Motown Museum.
Motown Museum has launched a $50 million fundraising campaign to renovate the space, expand community programming, and create more jobs.
The Songwriters Hall of Fame announced its latest slate of inductees Monday including Jay Z, Berry Gordy, musical producting duo Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis as well as other industry legends.
The story will finally be told of the iconic Detroit record company that aspired to make music production as much of an assembly line as possible, and it will take place on a glorious Broadway stage. “Motown: The Musical” is set to open on April 14, 2013, at New York City’s famed Lunt-Fontane Theatre, and actor […]
The Rev. Al Sharpton and his organization, the National Action Network, will be leading a number of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day festivities in New York City this weekend. RELATED: NewsOne’s MLK Day Brotherhood Awards! SEE ALSO: Black Latinos Talk Struggles On Monday morning, January 16, Sharpton will be joined by Motown Records founder Berry […]
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