Mary Wilson - The Motown Anthology
Dance Floors Heat Up With Mary Wilson’s 2021 “Red Hot” Digital-Single Remix EP By Eric Kupper Available Today
Mary Wilson’s Self-Titled Solo Album Makes Its Digital Debut Today With 8 Bonus Tracks Featuring Rare Remixes, the Never-Before-Released Gus Dudgeon Sessions and a Brand-New song, “Why Can’t We All Get Along”
Mary Wilson’s Self-Titled Solo Album Makes Its Digital Debut Includes 8 Bonus Tracks Featuring Rare Remixes, the Never-Before-Released Gus Dudgeon Sessions and a Brand-New song, “Why Can’t We All Get Along”
Honoring Mary Wilson
Sadly, the world mourned the sudden passing of Mary Wilson on February 8th, 2021 which also marked the 56th anniversary of The Supremes’ #1 hit, “Stop! In the Name Of Love.”
In keeping with a promise made to the legendary artist, author and original founding member of the Supremes, Motown/UMe announced the release of “Mary Wilson: Expanded Edition.” Ms. Wilson, who retained ownership of her solo recordings, wanted to make the album, and much more, available to her many fans around the world. “Mary Wilson: Expanded Edition” is a newly compiled version of her solo album, originally released by Motown in 1979, that will now be available on all digital platforms for the first time. Featured as the lead single is a brand-new song, “Why Can’t We All Get Along,” produced by Richard Davis and co-written with Angelo Bond. “Mary Wilson: Expanded Edition” is available now on all music streaming platforms.
All I Want for Christmas Is You (Remastered)
Red Hot: The Eric Kupper Remix
Mary Wilson (Expanded Edition)
The Supremes: Love Songs
If My Friends Could See Me Now/Nothing Can Stop Us Now/Once In A Lifetime (Medley/Live On The Ed Sullivan Show, February 15, 1970)
Diana Ross & The Supremes "That Piano Playing Man, Honeysuckle Rose & Ain't Misbehavin'"
The Supremes "If My Friends Could See Me Now, Nothing Can Stop Us Now, & Once In A Lifetime"
Diana Ross & The Supremes "You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You" on The Ed Sullivan Show
Diana & The Supremes "No Matter What Sign You Are" on The Ed Sullivan Show
Mary Wilson sings "The Star-Spangled Banner" - The National Anthem Interview
Mary Wilson sings "The Star-Spangled Banner" - The National Anthem