Singer and actress
Diana Ross turns 77 today. Celebrate her birthday by listening to her biggest
Singer and actress Diana Ross turns 77 today. Celebrate her birthday by listening to her biggest hits.
The world’s biggest popstar, Diana Ross, was born on 26 March 1944, in Detroit, Michigan.
She recognised her talent quite early in life and started singing in her teenage years.
The 1960s saw the rise of legendary artist.
Ross broke into the music industry as part of the Trio ‘Supremes’ before going solo in 1969.
She has enjoyed success as a solo artist, with a career that has spanned over four decades.
The singer and actress achieved international stardom, releasing songs such as ‘Ain't No Mountain High Enough’ and ‘Love Hangover’ that received a lot of airplay all over the world.
Her songs also topped the charts.
Ross is associated with other great legends such as Michael Jackson, who wrote her the song, ‘Muscles’, and Lionel Richie, whom she collaborated with on the song, ‘Endless Love’.
Some of her achievements include being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1988 as part of the Supremes.
She has also received several awards such as a Golden Globe and an American Music Awards.
To celebrate this phenomenal singer’s birthday, East Coast Gold will play her classic throughout the day.
Tune in here.
For loads of fantastic classic hits from the 60s, 70s and 80s, listen to East Coast Gold via the ECR app or here. We’re also on various other platforms, including Alexa (just enable the ‘East Coast Gold’ skill); MyTuner, Radio Garden; iono.fm, Radioline or OpenRadio.
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Gordon Graham, weekdays 6-10am and Sundays 2-6pm.
Jane Linley-Thomas, weekdays 10am-1 pm and Saturday 2-6pm.
Damon Beard, weekdays 1-5pm and Sundays, 6-10am.
Dave Guselli, weekdays 5-9pm and Saturdays, 6-10am.
Alex Jay, weekends 10am – 2pm.
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