The Four Tops

R&B Group Fronted by the rich, deep voice of Levi Stubbs, the Four Tops are a Motown super group that remained a tight-knit quartet for four decades.  Their memorable hits in the 1960s include "I'll Be There," "I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch)," and "Bavy I Need Your Love."  After breaking with Motown in the 1970s and continuing to notch hits, they reunited with the company in 1983, the year of Motwon's 25th anniversary.

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This Day in Black History: May 16, 1964

Motown Records has its first No. 1 hit with Mary Wells’s “My Guy" on May 16, 1964.

This Day in Black History: March 25, 1983

The Motown family conducted a bittersweet reunion performance for its 25th anniversary on March 25, 1983.

This Day in Black History: June 20, 1997

Lawrence Payton of the Four Tops dies of liver cancer on June 20, 1997.
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