Forever Motown

Event Date: February 2nd, 2024 at 8:00pm
Address : 100 South Street, Morristown, NJ, USA
Town : Morristown

Forever Motown featuring G.C. Cameron, Glenn Carl Leonard and Traci Robinson-Greene


GC Cameron joined The Spinners in 1967 and was lead singer for their first big hit, 1970’s “It’s a Shame,” co-written and produced by Stevie Wonder. GC is also known for his rendition of “It’s So Hard to Say Goodbye to Yesterday,” which was featured on the soundtrack of the 1975 movie “Coolie High”, and subsequently remade by Boyz II Men in the early 90’s. After many years with The Spinners, GC became the lead singer of The Temptations in 2003, and in 2004 GC’s first project with The Temptations was the album “Legacy,” which ranked Number 18 on Billboard’s Top R & B chart. January 2006 saw the release of The Temptations album “Reflections” which climbed to Number 14 on the R & B charts. The Temptations, with GC as the lead singer, was nominated in 2007 for Best Traditional R&B Vocal Performance at the 49th Annual Grammy Awards for their remake of “How Sweet It Is to Be Loved by You.” Before joining Forever Motown as its featured singer, GC was on tour with Sony promoting the PBS Special “Love Train, a Tribute to Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff: the Sounds of Philadelphia” starring GC along with the OJ’s and Jerry Butler, Bunny Sigler, and others. GC and The Spinners are to be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame on November 3, 2023.


Glenn Carl Leonard started singing at the early age of 6 years old and by the time he reached 13 he began to earn a living performing. His first recording was with ‘The Chancellor’s On Cap City Records, a subsidiary of Scepter. He later recorded with True Reflection on Atlantic Records. In 1975, Glenn came to the attention of the world renowned and legendary the Temptations’. He had a long and illustrious career as the first tenor and lead singer of The Temptations from 1975 to 1983. He performed on 10 albums with The Temptations, singing lead on many songs including“I’m on Fire,” “Go For It,” “The Best of Both Worlds,” “Open Their Eyes,” “Ever Ready Love,” and the classic Christmas song “Silent Night” from The Temptations’ Give Love At Christmas LP.

One of the highlights of Glenn’s career was being a part of “The Temptations Reunion Tour” in 1982. After leaving The Temptations in 1983, Glenn entered into full time ministry. He founded and pastors a church in Houston, TX and is now doing concerts again with his new group, giving audiences all over the country a genuine Temptations experience.


Traci-Robinson Greene is a New York born and educated artist who received dance training at Alvin Ailey Dance Center and Dance Theatre of Harlem. A triple threat, she has appeared in theatre, film and television including“School Daze,” “Malcolm X,” “The Cosby Show,” “David Letterman Show,” the Time Warner Singers and the 8-time Tony-nominated Broadway hit, Sophisticated Ladies. Fulfilling a lifelong dream, Traci became the lead singer of the Marvelletes in 1991, performing all over the world and many years of the run in Las Vegas and Atlantic City. Since then Traci has been a featured voice in Forever Motown.

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