Legendary 1960's Singer Dies at Age 78

November 22, 2017Nov 22, 2017

One of the most legendary groups of the 1960's Motown groups is the Miracles. The iconic group is responsible for hits like "The Tracks of My Tears" and "Shop Around."

Sadly, a member of the group has just passed away. Warren "Pete" Moore has died at the age of 78. At this time there has not been a statement released about his cause of death.



"I am deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Warren 'Pete' Moore, a fine human being and valued member of the Motown family," Gordy told Rolling Stone. "Pete was an original member of my very first group, the Miracles. He was a quiet spirit with a wonderful Bass voice behind Smokey Robinson’s soft, distinctive lead vocals, and was co-writer on several of the Miracles hits."

Moore was also known for other work in the music industry besides his creativity with the Miracles. He also helped write songs that went on to become classics for other groups and singers. He even worked with The Temptations and Marvin Gaye.


He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2012, along with the rest of the Miracles. Their music will live on forever.

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