Singer-songwriter, musician, record producer, composer
Marvin Gaye (ɡeɪ; born Marvin Pentz Gay, Jr. April 2, 1939 – April 1, 1984) was an American singer-songwriter and musician. Wikipedia
Age: 44 (age at death)
Born: 2nd April, 1939, Washington, DC
Died: 1st April, 1984, Los Angeles, California
Height: 6' 1" (185 cm)
Claim to Fame: I Heard It Through the Grapevine
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A Tribute to the Great Nat "King" Cole is a tribute album released by Marvin Gaye on the Tamla (Motown) label on November 1, 1965, dedicated to his idol, late jazz/R&B performer Nat "King" Cole.
His father, Marvin Pentz Gay, Sr., died in a nursing home at the age of 84 in October, 1998. Marvin Sr. had pleaded no contest and received five years probation for the murder of Marvin Jr.
Lobbied Motown Records in 1971 for creative control on albums (as did Stevie Wonder). The first result was "What`s Goin` On".
War is not the answer, because only love can conquer hate.
If you cannot find peace within yourself, you will never find it anywhere else.
Don't muck around with a Green Beret's Mama! He'll take his chopper and ram it down your throat!
A Green Beret returns home from the Vietnam war to find that a gang of murderous bikers has killed his fiancee. He calls on several of his Green Beret buddies to come and help him take revenge on the gang.
Anna Gordy Gaye, Ex-Wife of Marvin Gaye, Dead at 92
Sister of Berry Gordy inspired one of music's strangest backstories
February 1, 2014 5:45 PM ET
Anna Gordy Gaye, older sister of Motown founder Berry Gordy and ex-wife of Marvin Gaye, died today at age 92, a Motown representative confirmed.
Gordy Gaye played a key role in Marvin Gaye's life, both personally and professionally. The pair met during a performance at Berry Gordy's house in 1960 and married three years later. Early in his career, Gaye worked as a drummer for Anna... Read More
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DETROIT (Reuters) - Singer Bobby Rogers, a founding member of the hit-making Motown group the Miracles along with Smokey Robinson, died on Sunday in suburban Detroit after a lengthy illness, family members and associates said. He was 73.
Rogers was a tenor in the original Motown lineup of the group that also included Robinson as the lead singer, bass vocalist Warren "Pete" Moore, baritone Ronnie White and the quintet's lone female vocalist, Claudette Rogers.
Claudette Rogers, who became Claudette Robinson after marrying the group's star in 1963 and... Read More
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