Lana Reid's 'Don't Box Me In' Unwraps Wednesday April 24th With The First Lady Of Motown
Claudette Robinson, the First Lady of Motown to share personal insights about her incredible journey,
including The Miracles’ meteoric rise, her upcoming memoir and recent red carpet appearance at Broadway’s
newest hit, “Motown: The Musical.”
Online PR News – 21-April-2013 – Los Angeles based award-winning author and public speaker Lana Reid
will launch her uniquely inspirational/motivational talk show “Don’t Box Me In” on Talkzone Internet Radio with
her first guest, Motown legend Claudette Robinson of Smokey Robinson and The Miracles.
During her interview with Claudette on Wednesday April 24th (show airs Wednesdays from 11AM to noon
PST) Lana will give away two “Hitsville USA: The Motown Singles Collection 1959-1971” box sets to
randomly selected callers at 888-Go-For-It or 888-463-6748.
Claudette Robinson (www.claudetterobinson.com), named the First Lady of Motown by Mr. Berry Gordy,
legendary founder of the hit-making enterprise, is an original member of The Miracles, and the FIRST female
signed to Motown. After many years touring the world with the band and then-husband Smokey Robinson,
Claudette’s story is one of extraordinary experiences, challenges and triumphs.
Coming fresh off the red carpet from Broadway’s latest smash “Motown: The Musical”(’s) debut on April 14th,
Claudette will share the moving experience of watching her character perform onstage as well as recent
developments in her life: receiving a star on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame, her induction last year into the Rock
and Roll Hall of Fame and exciting projects in development, including her memoir and daughter Tamla’s
During her interview with Claudette on Wednesday April 24th (show airs Wednesdays from 11AM to
noon PST) Lana will give away two “Hitsville USA: The Motown Singles Collection 1959-1971” box
sets to randomly selected callers at 888-Go-For-It or 888-463-6748.
Visit www.lanareid.com for more information on Lana Reid’s radio show or any of her books or musings. You
can also check out LanaReidOnline on Facebook and follow her on Twitter @lanareid.
** In addition to luminaries and legends, Lana is also open to talking to regular folks about anything… Those
interested in joining Ms. Reid as a guest on the show should contact her via email at Lana@LanaReid.com.
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