What would the sound of modern pop be like if Motown had not unleashed The Supremes upon the world in the 1960’s?
It could be successfully argued that everything that came after their arrival into the world of pop music owed some debt to their particular brand of the Motown sound, and that no other sound from that astonishing hit factory made more of a lasting impact than The Supremes’ stream of peerless hit records – a set of songs that have become lodged forever in the consciousness of music fans around the globe.
Officially ‘encouraged and supported’ by Motown itself, The Sounds Of The Supremes are a trio of singers led by former late era Supreme, Kaaren Ragland, who, supported by the talents of Kathy Merrick and Althea Burkhalter, will be performing a one-off show in Adelaide at The Gov in March next year.
They will be performing all of the biggest hits originally immortalized by Diana Ross and The Supremes and other legendary Motown performers, so audiences will undoubtedly be treated to a steady stream of authentic and impassioned versions of timeless tunes such as Stop In The Name Of Love, Where Did Our Love Go, Baby Love, You Keep Me Hanging On, You Can’t Hurry Love, Love Child, My Guy, River Deep Mountain High, and Jimmie Mack and many more.
These are the songs that have provided the soundtrack to all of our lives, and this show will allow us all to hear them in the form they were originally intended to be experienced – live Motown style!
Tickets will be on sale soon from Abstract Entertainment. See the weblink below
The Sound Of The Supremes will be appearing at The Gov on Wednesday 20 March 2019.
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