Sat, 12 December 2015
This special edition of #TPGS features an interview with the founder of Motown Records, Berry Gordy, Jr.! It is impossible to overstate the profound impact Gordy and Motown Records had on popular culture. Without Gordy there would be no Smokey Robinson and the Miracles, no Diana Ross and the Supremes, no Temptations, no Four Tops, no Stevie Wonder. On the occasion of the opening of the hit Broadway musical MOTOWN: The Musical in Washington, D.C., Gordy sits down, along with the show’s director, Charles Randolph Wright, to talk about what it all means.
PLUS, Gary resurrects one of the most popular segments he and Tony used to do on Good Morning America, introducing to you, just in time for Christmas, some of the DUMBEST gift ideas imaginable! They are hysterical! (And, Tony has another gift idea that he thinks you’ll really like!)
The interview with Berry Gordy, Jr. and Charles Randolph Wright appears courtesy of Fox 5 in Washington, D.C.