For many, the sound of Smokey Robinson singing calls to mind fond memories of the Motown era, a time in the early sixties when music was changing, and hits like “My Girl”, “Operator” and “The One Who Really Loves You” played over transistor radios and jukeboxes across the nation. The one thing all these songs, and countless others like them, have in common is that they were written by Smokey Robinson.
The glory days of Motown will come alive once again, if only briefly, when Smokey Robinson brings his tour to The Palladium in Carmel, Indiana on Aug 31, 2013. Smokey helped define the Motown Sound with his catchy melodies, driving bass lines and foot-tapping drum beats. And he had a lot of help from…
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- Sunday, Aug 31, 2013
- Center for the Performing Arts – Palladium