The First Ladies Of The Supremes
Former members of the hugely successful girl group, live on stage.
Universally acclaimed, all-time world-wide favourite girl group, The Supremes scored an incredible 12 number ones, providing a legacy of 33 top 40 hits.
You Can’t Hurry Love, Baby Love, Stop! In the Name Of Love, Where Did Our Love Go, Come See About Me, I’m Gonna Make You Love Me, River Deep Mountain High, Back In My Arms Again, Stoned Love, I Hear A Symphony, You Keep Me Hangin’ On… the hits just kept coming during the 60s and 70s.
In total, The Supremes consisted of eight singers between 1961 and 1977. Scherrie Payne and Susaye Greene, formerly of The Supremes, are joined on stage for the evening by Joyce Vincent.
Discovered by Motown producer Eddie Holland, Detroit-born Scherrie appeared on three studio albums and is recognised as The Supreme’s final lead singer.
Meanwhile, Susaye shined on both lead and backing vocals for the group, as well as writing hits for Michael Jackson and Deniece Williams.
During the 60s, Joyce performed backing vocals in Motown’s famed Studio A, going on to become an original members of Tony Orlando & Dawn.
Their international appearances have allowed the world to experience again the music, charm, and elegance of this timeless act on a grand scale. They have been keeping the legend alive authentically for more than 40 years!