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William ‘Mickey’ Stevenson – Motown’s First A&R Man

February 9, 2019

Mickey Stevenson, Motown’s 1st A&R man.

A songwriter and producer, most famous for his pivotal contribution to Motown’s success during the 60s by seeking out artists, musicians, songwriters, producers, arrangers, choreographers, distributors….and generally making it all work.

The legend that is Mickey Stevenson chats with Ady about his life in music:

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You can buy Mickey’s book ‘The A&R Man’ at amazon and from Mickey’s website

 

 

 

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