Martha Reeves



As a member of the Motown label’s “Martha And The Vandellas”, Martha Reeves was a large part of what Ebony magazine described as “the rousing pop sound that rocked Detroit and shook the world.” Her lead vocals enriched a string of hits during the 1960s, including “Dancing in the Streets,” “Heatwave,” and “Jimmy Mack.” After the final break-up of the Vandellas in the 1970s, Reeves became a solo artist; though she never achieved the same success as she had with the group. Nostalgia for the pop music of the 1960s helped her regain her status as a popular concert attraction during the 1980s.

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