Motown Spotlight has been a regular feature for many years and gives a great insight into the workings of the iconic Motown label and all things Detroit. See the latest and archived ‘Spotlights’ below.

MOTOWN SPOTLIGHT (March 2017)
First off this month, a very happy 73rd birthday to Miss Diana Ross, who, as I write this, is pulling Read more.
Verdine White (of Earth, Wind & Fire): Voice Your Choice with David Nathan
From our SoulMusic.com archives, we present this 2012 session of ‘Voice Your Choice’ in which the legendary SoulMusic Hall Of Read more.
GORDON CHAMBERS 2017 SoulMusic.com Interview
Renowned singer/songwrter and producer Gordon Chambers was inducted into The SoulMusic Hall Of Fame in March 2017.  Gordon shares with Read more.
March 2017: Reissues and New Music Reviews
ROZETTA JOHNSON: A WOMAN’S WAY – THE COMPLETE ROZETTA JOHNSON 1963 – 1975 (KENT) This compilation seems to have slipped Read more.
Congratulations To Our Latest Inductees Into The SoulMusic Hall Of Fame
Congratulations to our latest round of inductees into The SoulMusic Hall of Fame: CONTEMPORARY SOUL MUSIC ARTIST/GROUP or DUO MARY Read more.
Motown Spotlight – February 2017
My apologies for being late this month – blame it on the boogie, that’s all I can say.  So let’s Read more.
A PERSONAL TRIBUTE TO LEON WARE
It is with profound sadness that I learned this morning of the passing of my dear fellow Aquarian friend and Read more.
Al Jarreau: A Personal Tribute
He had style: from his cool sense of dress to his one-of-a-kind vocalize… It in with much sadness that I Read more.
David Nathan Interview on Channel 5 (UK) on Aretha Franklin’s Retirement
Soulmusic.com founder, historian and author David Nathan is interviewed on Channel 5 in the UK about the announcement of Aretha Read more.
Motown Spotlight – January 2017
Welcome to the first column of the new year and, needless to say, hope we’ll spend the next twelve months Read more.

About the author – Sharon Davis

Sharon Davis ran the Four Tops fan club before spearheading Motown Ad Astra, catering for all the Motown acts, where she edited the in-house magazine TCB. Was publicist for Fantasy, Stax and Salsoul before joining Motown Records in London. Formed her own press/promotion company Eyes & Ears, worked for Blues & Soul magazine and website, and became a full time author and researcher. To date Sharon has written eleven books (her last A Girl Called Dusty published by Carlton Books) and she’s working on her next – Divas Of Motown. As a researcher, Sharon assisted Diana Ross with her autobiography Secrets Of A Sparrow, and is now in constant demand for her knowledge about Motown and its artists.

Look out for regular monthly features.