Motown at 60: A look back at the legendary record label

The q This music panel takes a look at the legacy of Motown as the legendary record label prepares to take over Detroit this weekend to celebrate its 60th anniversary.
Top Motown soul pop group Diana Ross and the Supremes, left to right, Mary Wilson, Diana Ross and Cindy Birdsong, 1968. (Keystone/Getty Images)

Every Friday, the q This panel looks at the biggest stories in music news. Today, music journalists A. Harmony and Stuart Berman join host Tom Power to take a look at the legacy of Motown as the legendary record label prepares to celebrate its 60th anniversary with major events in Detroit this weekend.

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