The 3rd Annual Rhythm & Blues Music Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony was a major hit in the Motor-City
LaMont Robinson the Founder/CEO of the Official Rhythm & Blues Music Hall of Fame Museum may be in line to be the next Berry Gordy. The 3rd annual 2015 Rhythm & Blues Music Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony in Detroit, MI was a major hit this past weekend at the Charles H. Wright Museum to a sold-out packed house on hand were legends from Motown Duke Fakir of the Four Tops, Martha Reeves, of the Vandals Dennis Edwards of the Temptations, actor/singer Melba Moore. Aretha Franklin was inducted and received The Greatest Vocalist of the 20 Century Award.
The night stared with a stellar tribute to Jackie Wilson. Then the fans saw inductees get inducted into the Official Rhythm & Blues Music Hall of Fame from the likes of The Temptations feat Dennis Edwards, The Contours, The Miracles, Spyder Turner, Aretha Franklin, Ray Charles, Johnnie Taylor, Chuck Jackson, The Undisputed Truth.
Each inductee was inducted with a gold record. Duke Fakir praised Founder/CEO Robinson for the work he has done and the vision he has to honor and to preserve the history of rhythm & blues and its legends.
Founder Robinson said this is a great night and I am happy to see so many of the legends come out to support this event. This is our 3rd induction ceremony were we have inducted over 100 legends to date.
At the end of the induction ceremony The Temptations feat Dennis Edwards and Melba Moore, brought the house down with singing and dancing.