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.

Angie Greaves 2017 SoulMusic.com Interview
Angie Greaves has been a staple in the British broadcasting industry for over two decades and with her weekday show Read more.
Soul Talkin’: Maysa 2017 SoulMusic.com Interview
Celebrating an amazing twenty-six years as a recording artist and performer. with thirteen solo albums to her credit, Maysa Leak Read more.
Motown Spotlight, April 2017
It’s all happening this month for Supremes’ fans. Just in case the news has escaped you the much talked about Read more.
Kim Tibbs 2017 SoulMusic.com Interview
Independent music artist Kim Tibbs has enjoyed considerable response to her work among soul music lovers, particularly in the UK, Read more.
TEENA MARIE: Voice Your Choice (2010) and Interview (2009)
In conjunction with the April 2017 release of the SoulMusic Records’ 2-CD set, “Ooo La La La, The Epic Anthology,” Read more.
SOUL TALKIN’: Junior Giscombe 2017 SoulMusic.com Interview with David Nathan
Video interview, April 6, 2017 Recently inducted into The SoulMusic Hall Of Fame, Junior Giscombe is one of Britain’s  true Read more.
Motown Memories: Adam White on Sylvia Moy (Renowned Songwriter/Producer)
Songwriter and producer Sylvia Moy has penned many of the classics that are at the very heart of the vast Read more.
Preston Glass 2017 SoulMusic.com Interview
Renowned award-winning producer/songwriter and musician Preston Glass speaks with SoulMusic.com founder David Nathan about his brand new CD, “Dynamic Duets, Read more.
DENIECE WILLIAMS 2017 SoulMusic.com Interview
In the UK for a “Soul Explosion” show at London’s Indigo 02 with Barbara Mason, The Valentine Brothers and Randy Read more.
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.

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.