In her sixty-year career, the former Supremes singer has never before performed at Montreux. A leading figure in sixties R&B, Diana Ernestine Earle Ross has also embraced soul and disco with equal success during her extraordinary artistic journey. From her Motown beginnings, where she recorded her first hits (“Baby Love”, etc.), to her 1970s dance-floor sensations (“Love Hangover”, “Upside Down” etc.), this divine icon has been all-conquering, collaborating with some of the most influential jazz, funk and pop creators of the last four decades: Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson, Chic, Lionel Richie, Quincy Jones, and even Michel Legrand, who composed the soundtrack for Lady Sings the Blues (1972), the cult film in which Diana plays Billie Holiday. Make way for the supreme diva!
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