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2017: Jan Feb Mar
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Cincinnati Pops Orchestra: Smokey Robinson Taft Theatre
Cincinnati, OH
January 22, 2017
Sunday 2:00 pm
Smokey Robinson Mahaffey Theater At The Progress Energy Center
St Petersburg, FL
February 9, 2017
Thursday 7:30 pm
Smokey Robinson Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall
Sarasota, FL
March 2, 2017
Thursday 8:00 pm
Smokey Robinson Venue Not Found
March 3, 2017
Friday 8:00 pm
Smokey Robinson Kravis Center - Dreyfoos Concert Hall
West Palm Beach, FL
March 5, 2017
Sunday 8:00 pm
Smokey Robinson The Philharmonic Center For The Arts
Naples, FL
March 6, 2017
Monday 8:00 pm
Smokey Robinson Broward Center Au-Rene Theater
Fort Lauderdale, FL
March 7, 2017
Tuesday 8:00 pm
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Smokey Robinson History

Smokey Robinson's career first took off in the late 1950s, when Motown Records founder Berry Gordy Jr. took him under his wing. Robinson needed a mentor, and Gordy needed a new talent with musical vision. The pair went far. In the early days, Smokey Robinson was a member of the group The Miracles, one of the first groups to bridge the gap between doo-wop and the new era of soul. The Miracles issued several singles on the End and Chess labels. "Get a Job" became one of their most successful releases.

Through the late '50s and early '60s, Smokey Robinson and The Miracles enjoyed local success but nothing national. Their real break came in the late 60s with the single "Shop Around." The original single was pulled out of print by Gordy, who decided a faster version would please more fans. He was right. The album launched a period of national recognition. "Shop Around" reached number two on the charts. The release established The Miracles as a hit and helped further the success of the Motown label.

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Robinson was most often thought of as a balladeer with The Miracles backing him up. But in the early days with The Miracles, Robinson was able to kick it up a notch. Party tunes like "Mickey's Monkey" were smash hits. "Going to a Go-Go" and "I Gotta Dance to Keep From Crying" also had fans on their feet, bouncing to the music. In 1962 "You've Really Got a Hold on Me" was a top ten hit. Its pleading, soaring vocals, intricate melody, and smooth lyrics made the song a multigenerational hit. Another respected artist of the decade, Bob Dylan, called Robinson "America's greatest living poet". During the 60s, The Miracles continued their rise to fame and fortune. Their songs made it to the top 40 more than 25 times during the decade. "I Second That Emotion", "The Love I Saw in You Was Just a Mirage", and "Ooo Baby Baby" were some of their biggest this.

During the time of The Miracles' great success, Robinson was also active as a songwriter and producer for some of Motown's many other acts. "My Guy," made famous by Mary Wells, and "My Girl," sung by the Temptations, were both written and produced by Robinson. He also broke ground with the Marvelettes and Marvin Gaye. Throughout this period of heavy recording, Robinson still toured with The Miracles. Crowds gathered at ticket booths all over the country to get a seat to see the group led by Robinson. He also started a family with his Miracles co-singer, Claudette Rogers. The two co-stars married in 1964.

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