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Claudette Robinson – Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Speech

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Claudette Robinson, First Lady of Motown, on The Miracles – An Audio Legacy An audio history celebrating the legacy of William "Smokey" Robinson, Claudette Rogers Robinson, Ronald "Ronnie" White, Warren "Pete" Moore, Robert "Bobby" Rogers, Marvin "Marv" Tarplin – collectively as The Miracles, Motown's early days, and founder of Tamla Records, Berry Gordy, Claudette Robinson – First Lady of Motown
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Claudette Robinson, nicknamed 'The First Lady of Motown' by Berry Gordy, founder of Motown delivers the induction speech for Smokey Robinson and The Miracles at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
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Good evening, ladies and gentlemen. My name is plotted Robinson, an original member of the Miracles and also the first lady of Motown. I would also like to thank John Land Do Stephen Vanzant, Dr Lauren on Key, Terry Stewart Yon winner and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Foundation. Also naming Mr Barry Gordy founder and father of Motown, Mrs Esther Edwards, Mrs Lucy Wakefield and the entire Motown family artists, staff and fans who have supported us over the past 55 years. I pay homage to my fellow miracles Pete Moore, Smokey Robinson, Bobby Rogers and Are Angels in Heaven. Ronnie White and Marv Tarpaulin. We, the Miracles, are the premier artists of Motown and extremely proud of our history. Although it has taken a long time, we are honored, humbled and grateful to be inducted into this great institution. We all share this honor as we believe in miracles. If you can dream it, it can be done. Thank you so very much from the bottom of our hearts for this iconic honor. God bless you all. And thank you so much for three induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Thank you.