The Music of Diana Ross and The Supremes

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In the dazzling world of music, Diana Ross stands as an icon, a true trailblazer whose voice and charisma have left an indelible mark on the hearts of fans worldwide. Born in Detroit, Michigan, Diana’s journey into the limelight began as the lead singer of The Supremes, a groundbreaking Motown group that soared to fame in the 1960s. The Supremes, with their signature harmonies and unforgettable style, became synonymous with the era’s cultural shift, leaving an everlasting impact on the soul and pop music scene.

As the frontwoman of The Supremes, Diana’s radiant presence and powerhouse vocals propelled the group to unprecedented success. Chart-topping hits like “Baby Love,” “Stop! In the Name of Love,” and “You Can’t Hurry Love” became anthems of a generation, and Diana’s effervescent stage presence captured audiences around the globe.

Get ready for an evening of soul-stirring melodies and an homage to a living legend who continues to inspire generations with her unparalleled talent and paved the way for future generations of artists plus inspiring countless others to follow their dreams.

Featuring the amazing vocals of Laura Stephenson as Diana Ross , Paula Baxter, Hannah Agum and a stellar five piece backing band this is the one show not to miss in 2024.

Content: Wendouree Performing Arts Centre

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  • Sat 24 Aug


Wendouree Centre for Performing Arts

1220 Howitt St, Wendouree VIC 3355

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$45 - $65

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