Diana Ross Schedule
The star of The Wiz and Lady Sings the Blues, Diana Ross may be headed to a venue near you!
The extraordinarily talented former member of the Motown group the Supremes hasn't let time slow her down.
She has several
engagements booked at various venues throughout 2014! You can catch her at places like the: Morton Meyerson Symphony Center
in Dallas, Texas; Choctaw Event Center in Durant, Oklahoma; Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland in Kansas City, Missouri; Chicago
Theatre in Chicago, Illinois; Silver Creek Event Center at Four Winds New Buffalo, New Buffalo, Michigan; Hanover Theatre
in Worcester, Massachusetts; Caesars Atlantic City in Atlantic City, New Jersey; The Theater at Madison Square Garden in New
York, New York; Palace Theatre in Albany, New York; and Modell Performing Arts Center at the Lyric in Baltimore, Maryland.
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Diana Ross Background
Detroit, Michigan, Diana Ross started singing in her formative teen years with her friends. She ended up founding what would
become one of the most well-known '60's R&B and pop groups on the planet with two of those pals, Florence Ballard and
Mary Wilson. The Supremes eventually inked a deal with Motown Records in 1961 and landed their first No. 1 hit, Where Did
Our Love Go (1964). In total, the talented trio attained a dozen No. 1 hits, including Someday We Will Be Together and Stop!
In the Name of Love.
In 1969, Ross exited the Supremes to pursue a solo career. She burned up the charts the following
year with Reach Out and Touch Somebody's Hand and Ain't No Mountain High Enough. In 1972, she tried her hand at acting, joining
Billie Holiday in Lady Sings the Blues. She received an Academy Award nod for Best Actress for her performance even though
the film came out to mixed reviews. The film opened the door to Ross to star in more motion pictures, including The Wiz and
By the time 1980 rolled around, Ross began the decade on a strong note with the release of Diana. The album
featured hits like I'm Coming Out and Upside Down. She recorded Muscles (1982), penned by Michael Jackson, as part of her
new MCA record deal. Her record sales began to wane later in the '80s, but she soldiered on, recording and performing, going
back to Motown Records near the closing of the decade. Her return to Motown generated The Force Behind the Power, which garnered
some success in 1991.
Throughout the 1990s, Ross continued to polish her acting skills. She had a starring role as a
woman with schizophrenia in Out of Darkness (1994) - a made-for-TV movie. And, she didn't have to stretch too far to play
a famous singer in the TV movie, Double Platinum (1999). But around this same time, Ross ran into some personal troubles from
an OWI arrest to getting into a spat with a security guard at Heathrow airport in London.
And, in 2007, Ross dealt with
the loss of her father, Fred Ross. Following her father's passing, she was recognized by the Kennedy Center for her contributions
to the arts. In attendance to pay tribute to the singer were Vanessa Williams, Smokey Robinson and many others.
her professional and personal difficulties, Ross has managed to transcend more than four decades as a performer. She has claimed
multiple awards during her career, which include several American Music Awards, Golden Globe, Black Entertainment Television's
Lifetime Achievement Award, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Honors Award and a Tony Award. In 1988, she was
inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Not one to watch time pass her by, Ross continues to entertain her fans
around the world.
Diana Ross Albums
To her credit, Diana Ross's discography is comprised of 90 singles
and 24 studio albums. Nearly 30 of her singles made it to the Top 40 of Billboard in the United States. A dozen of them charted
in the Top 10 of Billboard, with six of those landing at No. 1. In the United Kingdom, she accumulated nearly 50 Top 40 singles
with 19 of them landing in the Top 10.
Her studio albums include: Diana Ross (1970; Everything Is Everything (1970);
Surrender (1971); Touch Me in the Morning (1971); Diana & Marvin (1973); Last Time I Saw Him (1973); Diana Ross (1974);
Baby It's Me (1977); Ross (1978); The Boss (1979); diana (1980); Why Do Fools Fall in Love (1981); Silk Electric (1982); Swept
Away (1984); Eaten Alive (1985); Red Hot Rhythm & Blues (1987); Workin' Overtime (1989); The Force Behind the Power (1991);
A Very Special Season (1994); Take Me Higher (1995); Every Day Is a New Day (1999); Blue (2006); and I Love You (2006).
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Diana Ross Trivia
Did you know Diana Ross came out with
a line of pantyhose called, Diana Ross Ultra Sheers? Yes, it's true! That line was introduced in 1983. But of course, that's
not all Diana Ross is known for. In 1993, the Guinness Book of World Records honored her as the most successful female singer
of all time. She was also named Female Entertainer of The Century by Billboard Magazine.
Diana Ross Concert Experience
timeless Diana Ross has claimed numerous No. 1 singles with the Supremes and as a solo star since the 1960s. These days, she
still knows a thing a two about delivering a phenomenal performance that will have fans talking well after it's over. Come
out for all of your favorite Diana Ross tunes as she puts together another exhilarating concert tour that has fans buzzing
all over the country, just waiting for her to come to their neck of the woods. As always, you can count on StubHub to get
you in front of all of your favorite singers, but don't wait too long to see this diva do her thing!