Diana Ross Tickets

The living legend, Diana Ross is embarking on her summer tour this year. The Motown artist plans to make stops at several cities, highlights being her concerts at arenas like The Joint, Madison Square Garden and Constellation Brands Performing Arts Center. Ever since Ross kicked started her career in 1959, she has been maintaining her stardom with number one hits. At 69, Ross is still a dynamic live performer and her concerts are sold out events. Diana Ross tickets for her upcoming concerts have now been made available and are selling fast.

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Diana Ross


USA Tour April 2014

Hit Songs:

Remember Me, Upside Down, Chain Reaction

Church Choir to “The Supremes”

Born in Detroit, Diana Ross grew up as a member of the Baptist church choir. She also regularly used to perform in school. In 1959, she joined an all girl quartet named “The Primettes”. The band consisted of Ross, along with Mary Wilson, Betty McGlown and Florence Ballard. A few years later, the members decided on changing the name from “Primettes” to “The Supremes”. That was when they ended up signing a contract with the historical Motown Records. One year later, Betty left the band and it became a trio. Eventually, Diana took the role of lead singer because of her strong vocals. The band gradually found its way to mainstream with number one hits like You Can’t Hurry and Baby Love.

By 1967, Diana Ross had already become the face of The Supremes; hence the name of the band was officially changed to “Diana Ross & The Supremes”. However, two years later Ross left the band to pursue a solo career.

Solo Career and Acting Debut

In May 1970, Diana Ross released her self-titled debut record. It featured her very first number one song as a solo artist, Reach Out and Touch (Somebody’s Hand). Throughout the ‘70s, Ross released hit after hit, and also launched her successful acting career. Ease on the Road, her 1978 duet with the King of Pop, Michael Jackson was one of her major collaborated hits.

In the height of her career, Ross made her acting debut, appearing in a number of films such as Mahogany, Lady Sings the Blues and The Wiz. She is considered as one of the major contributors of the spectacular Motown era.

Four Decades of Music

A living legend, Diana Ross has spent four decades in the music industry and continues to record music as well as tour across the world. In 2000, she took a short hiatus from her singing career and returned two years later with a live tour across Europe and the US. A few years later, she was seen in “Thanks for the Memory: The Great American Songbook, Volume IV” by Rob Stewart, in which she recorded I’ve Got a Crush on You. In 2006, Ross released a studio album after seven long years, titled “I Love You”. The album managed to sell 622,000 copies globally.

In 2010, Diana Ross embarked on a tour after three years and titled it “More Today than Yesterday: The Greatest Hits Tour”. The tour was dedicated to Michael Jackson; her lifelong friend who had passed away a year before. In 2012, Ross was honored with the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award. Today, Ross continues to tour and held concerts across South America in 2013. She is returning to the US again this year for her April trek.


Did You Know

  • Diana Ross was awarded the Golden Globe Award for her role in Lady Sings the Blues.
  • When she was little, Ross was neighbors with The Miracles’ Smokey Robinson.
  • As a teenager, Ross dreamed of becoming a fashion designer.
  • Ross had a long affair with the Motown CEO, Berry Gordy; they also had a daughter together.
  • Ross appeared in the 1978 film titled “The Wiz”, side by side Michael Jackson.