Bobby Rogers, co-founder of Motown group the Miracles, dies at 73


DETROIT: Singer Bobby Rogers, a founding member of the hit-making Motown group the Miracles along with Smokey Robinson, died on Sunday in suburban Detroit after a lengthy illness, family members and associates said.

He was 73. Rogers was a tenor in the original Motown lineup of the group that also included Robinson as the lead singer, bass vocalist Warren “Pete” Moore, baritone Ronnie White and the quintet’s lone female vocalist, Claudette Rogers.

Reuters