Motown’s first group – The Miracles – continues into the 21st century.
Formed in 1956, the original Miracles – Smokey, Bobby, Pete, Claudette, and Ronnie – created some of the greatest songs ever written. In 2012, the group received the long overdue honor of being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
When The Miracles’ founding member Bobby Rogers went searching for a new lead singer in 2003, the legendary Motown group didn’t have to look very far. Mark Scott, the Flint, Michigan-native, was a natural fit to assume the role once held by Smokey Robinson and Billy Davis. Mark is gifted with a singing voice perfect for “The Miracles Sound.” He’s also no stranger to the entertainment world, In 1984, Mark started his career as a featured vocalist in the 1984 film “Breaking II Electric Boogaloo.”
After more than 60 years, The Miracles are still attracting enthusiastic audiences around the world. The Miracles continue to keep the Motown sound alive by performing songs, such as: “Shop Around”, “I Second That Emotion”, “Tears Of A Clown”, “Love Machine”, “You’ve Really Got A Hold On Me”, “The Tracks Of My Tears”, “Ooo Baby Baby” and many more.