The inductees for the Songwriters Hall of Fame class of 2017 are in, and this year's inductees include of some the industry's heavyweights!
Broadway's hit musical, "Motown The Musical," has earned a Grammy nomination. Grammy organizers broke the news, along with nominations for Record and Album of the Year, recently.
Thanksgiving week was a big deal on Broadway. In addition to long running efforts like "The Lion King" performing well, many new shows, including "Motown: The Musical" broke records.
Was Diana Ross difficult to work with? Did Berry Gordy give up at one point, throwing in the towel? Appearing on "Oprah's Master Class" Sunday night, Gordy said he did just that. He actually walked away from Diana Ross after she refused to take part in his "master plan" by performing "You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You."
Berry Gordy's upcoming "Motown: The Musical" could be his last major endeavor.Gordy spoke with Billboard recently, indicating that the musical is something that he's always wanted to do and in some ways, it completes his proverbial bucket list.
"Motown: The Musical" is rolling full speed ahead with Berry Gordy and a team of talented professionals working towards a Spring 2013 opening.
Motown legend Berry Gordy is looking for talent that will give him "chills," including a child between the ages of 8 and 11 that will play Michael Jackson.
The Urban Network Music Entertainment summit will honor legendary Motown-head Berry Gordy at its forthcoming awards gala Saturday, March 14.