a Detroit native started with music as a part of a choir in her family's church. She developed interest in making into commercial music and showbiz to become an entertainer. As a formal member of the band The Primettes she performed in local clubs and talent shows. Later she joined the Motown band The Supremes. Her contribution and later assumption of the role as the female lead made remodeled her and the band as Diana Ross
and The Supremes. She parted ways with this band wagon and went solo. In 1970 Diana Ross
’ eponymous first album with credits from names like Nickolas Ashford and Valerie Simpson, the release managed commendable appreciation and recognition. Diana Ross
became noticed with singles Ain't No Mountain High Enough
and Reach Out and Touch
featured on the album. Their chart positions paved way for more and better music from her side.
Everything Is Everything
(1970) and Surrender
(1971) followed from her initial EP and cemented her as a new sensation on the pop block. Lady Sings the Blues in 1972 showcased Diana Ross
’ talents as an actress and singer. The critical acclaim won by the movie role and the commercial success of the album established Diana Ross
as a super star. Touch Me in the Morning
a 1973 and Mahogany
, 1975 both were released with a different façade. These albums of duets featured unforgettable hits Do You Know Where You're Going To?
and Touch Me In The Morning
. Catering to the changing times and taste of music, Diana Ross
resorted to a disco outfit The mid seventies saw her swaying to beats of Love Hangover
. er A broa
tried hands on Broadway where she became immensely popular and won a Tony Award
. She also collaborated on Ease On Down The Road
a duet with Michael Jackson, that too met great popularity. Her singing career took off with the release of The Boss
(1979) and Diana (1980)
. Diana Ross
shelled under RCA after leaving Motown. The decade of eighties with RCA meant a list of commercially hit albums that include names like Why Do Fools Fall in Love?
(1981), Silk Electric
(1982), and Swept Away
(1984). Her return to Motown after a decade brought Workin' Overtime
(1989) and expressed her experimentation with forms like opera and jazz.
Winner of multiple American Music Awards Diana Ross
was also made a part of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fam
e in 1988 for her singing participation for the Supremes. While away from music she remained engaged in loads of creative and acting projects that earned her great critical and public acclaim. Her involvement and contribution to television, film, Broadway and music collectively earned her the prestigious Black Entertainment Television's Lifetime Achievement Award
along with the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Honors Award
always loved performing live and brought all the essentials of true entertainment to her live concerts. The sixties, seventies and eighties saw her as a flashing disco light that kept on going, leaving everyone entranced and intoxicated with the rhythm and beat of music. However, the changing moods of the nineties and the new millennium called for a facelift that Diana Ross
incorporated fairly well. I Love You
, a collection of love songs that came to stands in 2006 became an all time favorite. Even today Diana Ross
is admired and loved by her fans and the nostalgic music lovers who want the old times resurrected through music. Diana Ross
’ song and dance rightfully recreates the bygone eras and remind of the high spirits, moods and energies that were a trademark of the times. Diana Ross tickets
stage her in a live show that retells her legacy in her words, voice, song and dance. Diana Ross tickets
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