Global superstar Diana Ross, one of the most successful recording artists of all time, live in concert.
Diana Ross began her career as a member of The Supremes – who, with their unique soulful pop sound, became one of the most successful groups of the ’60s. During that decade, she reigned as the Queen of Motown while leading them to top the charts with hits like Stop! In The Name Of Love, You Keep Me Hangin’ On, Come See About Me, You Can’t Hurry Love, I Hear A Symphony and Baby Love.
Following the group’s demise, Ross embarked on a solo career, achieving a No.1 single in 1970 with Ain’t No Mountain High Enough. Since then, she has never looked back, notching up a string of hit albums and singles including Endless Love, Why Do Fools Fall In Love and Chain Reaction.
In June 2021, Ross released the title track Thank You from her first studio album since 2006’s I Love You. Ross co-wrote and curated all of the songs in order to create a message of gratitude and personal dedication to her audiences over the years.