THE JUICE WITH JEMMarch 4, 2013
Bobby Rogers (1953 – 2013)It has been a tough week for Motown fans as today another member of the Motown family has passed. Singer Bobby Rogers who was a founding member of the hit-making Motown group The Miracles, along with Smokey Robinson, died Sunday, outside of Detroit after a lengthy illness at the age of 73. Rogers was a tenor in the original Motown lineup of the group that also included Robinson as the lead singer. The Miracles were responsible for Motown’s first million-selling hit single, which was “Shop Around”. One of Rogers’ most notable vocal contributions with the group was his two-part harmony with Smokey Robinson on “You’ve really Got a Hold Me”.
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