Kim Weston

December 12, 2020

Detroit soul legend Kim Weston’s recording career began at Motown’s Divinity label as part of the gospel group Wright Special before signing with them as a solo artist.

Here Kim chats about her life in music as a songwriter, performer, record label owner, radio presenter, youth coach and more, right up to the release of her brand new CD ‘Live In Detroit 1978’ in December 2020

And did i mention she’ll be performing at Detroit a Go-Go in July 2021?

You can hear our chat here:


With very greatful thanks to Paul Stuart Davies for the introduction

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