Detroit has produced many talented entertainers, among these is Kim
Weston. The word entertainer alone does not do justice to the talent that is Kim.
She is an artist in every sense of the word. It is her being. It is her calling in life. Kim
Weston is what the American Spirit is all about: freedom and vibrancy.
Her first release on the Motown family of labels, "Love Me All The
Way," earned her national recognition as a powerful and dynamic songstress. Kim
followed this success with a string of memorable classics, "Helpless,"
"Take Me In Your Arms (Rock Me A Little While)" and her smash hit with late
Marvin Gaye, "It Takes Two," written by William "Mickey" Stevenson.
Later she recorded for MGM and released her definitive version of "Lift Every Voice
and Sing," which was quickly adopted as the Negro national anthem.
Active as a performer from time to time in the U.K., Kim
Weston's recorded works are understandably revered by R&B and
soul music lovers the world over. In 1991 Motown released a
Hits and Rare Classics" while Fantasy Records has reissued
her work with Stax.
With Kim Weston, you experience a singer of songs, a vocalist for all
seasons, a true soul survivor. Some people consider an artist to be a sculptor or a
painter. Kim's paint brush and chisel is her dramatic and compelling voice. Each note
paints a picture. Every verse tells a story that will stir your soul and move your very
Hit songs include --
- It Takes Two
- Take Me In Your Arms (Rock Me A Little While)
- Love Me All The Way
- What Good Am I Without You
Kim Weston may be available for your next special event!
Born: ..in Michigan
Dec 30, 1939
Based: ..in Michigan