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Motown Landmarks Photo Tour

While the Broadway show officially opens this month, here in Detroit, many Motown landmarks have been forgotten

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Motown Finance

2656 W. Grand Blvd.

With so many musical hits and artists, one can only imagine the daily bustle of business here. For some recording artists, big money followed fame. For others, not as much. "He (Gordy) gave me fame. Not fortune," says Frances Nero of Southfield who, in 1965, was the first female artist signed to the Motown label with a one-year contract. She recorded the early Motown hits, "Keep on Loving Me" and "Fight Fire with Fire."

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Apr 3, 2013 06:57 pm
 Posted by  Cynara

Remember this place. Used to hang out here. That's when people would DRESS like grown people, and dance and party with out the violence. Didn't want to mess up our clothes.

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