Inspiring People, Inspiring Stories, and All Things Motown

With all the politics and presidential talk going on, why not take a step back from today's controversy and dive into some Motown history. First, we take a look back at Lyndon Johnson, who presided during a good portion of the 60s, when Motown was already the hottest thing. Next, we heard a few golden classic from The Contours and Mary Wells, and finish off with a Good News story about a bus driver/army veteran who makes a special stop on his route, to help some children in need.


You'll hear all these great classics, as well as their history and some interesting stories behind the music, during The Danny Daniel Show. Go to our Motown Music page to hear all the great tunes featured on the Danny Daniel show

  1. Hello Stranger” by Barbara Lewis
  2. “Respect” by Aretha Franklin
  3. "Peaceful” by Bert "Jack" Haney & Bruce "Nikiter" Armstrong
  4. "Shake Sherry" by The Contours
  5. "Randy, the Newspaper Boy" by Mary Wells
  6. “Do You Love Me” by Ray Oddis
  7. "Zing Went the Strings of my Heart" by Marvin Gaye
  8. "My Kind of Love " by The Satintones
  9. "You Never Miss a Good Thing" by Eugene Remus