Martha Reeves is the lead singer of Martha and the Vandellas, the Motown group which made it big in the 60's with such hits as "Nowhere to Run," "Heat Wave," and "Dancing in the Street." Her autobiography, "Dancing in the Street: Confessions of a Motown Diva," was published in 1994. The book is about her career at the height of Motown music's popularity, and about her conflicts with other Motown singers and managers.
Other segments from the episode on September 3, 2001
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