Martha Reeves is Motown's ultimate soul diva and lead singer of the girl group Martha and The Vandellas. During her time with The Vandellas, they scored over a dozen hit singles, including Nowhere To Run, Dancing In The Street, Heatwave, Third Finger Left Hand and Jimmy Mack.
After leaving Motown in 1972, Martha continued to expand her musical horizons, establishing herself as a singer/songwriter with few limitations, singing rock, jazz, country, gospel, blues and classical.
Martha continues to perform, both solo and with her Vandellas - sisters Lois (Motown-era Vandella since 1967) and Delphine (since mid-1980s).
Singer and actress Freda Payne hit her musical peak in 1970 with Band of Gold, reaching a million copies sold and later re-recorded with Belinda Carlisle in 1986. A complete artist and a versatile vocalist, Freda’s career spans over four decades covering soul, R&B and jazz as well as movie and theatre roles.
The Minneapolis based, upbeat soul singer almost created the modern soul sound with his gospel singing technique. Equally capable of blasting out funky, uptempo numbers or delivering tender ballads, 'Criticize' and 'Fake' remain his greatest moments this side of the pond.
Eban Brown was the Lead Singer of the Grammy Nominated Stylistics until 2018. Famous for hits such as: "You Are Everything"; "You Make Me Feel Brand New" and "Can't Give You Anything". Eban is a vocalist and jazz guitarist by trade and his soulful, silky tenor voice has entertained thousands around the world. He continues to perform solo with his own band touring the UK for much of the year. He produces and writes music through his record label "Stardom Records LLC".
Eban has performed with the following groups in his career:
- Ray, Goodman and Brown AKA The Moments
- The Manhattans
- The Delfonics
- The Stylistics
Member of The Three Degrees, the disco and soul trio whose seventies hits included When Will I See You Again and The Runner. Sheila reclaimed the spotlight in late 2004 after her appearance on the ITV reality game show, I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here.