The Supremes started out as a quartet known as the Primettes. In two fifteen year olds, Florence Ballard and Mary Wilson, met at a talent show. Milton Jenkins, who managed a local doo wop group the Primes, wanted a sister group to accompany the Primes for stage performances. Ballard remembered Wilson and the two of them brought in sixteen year old Betty Travis. Jenkins named the group the Primettes after Diane's parents gave their permission to join. The Primettes then started doing club dates. Primettes Courtesy Steve Gronas. Travis was forced to quit the Primettes because her parents wanted her to pay more attention to her studies. Barbara Martin took her place, but had to leave shortly, as did Ballard, under the same parental conditions. Wilson and Ross continued to work as duo until the two improved their grades and were allowed to rejoin.
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In , everything changed for the Supremes. Inevitably, the hurt turns to anger. Ballard signed with ABC Records for a solo album that remained unreleased until After a descent into poverty and alcoholism, she attempted a comeback in , but died the following February of coronary thrombosis, aged only As Ross rocketed off to solo stardom, the Supremes enlisted Jean Terrell to take her place and scored a top 10 hit with Up the Ladder to the Roof. Not, as the title might suggest, another song of yearning for a man that done them wrong. But this anti-Vietnam message was subtle and powerful, eschewing polemic and instead gazing empathetically at the suffering of those left at home.
The Supremes , American pop-soul vocal group whose tremendous popularity with a broad audience made its members among the most successful performers of the s and the flagship act of Motown Records. The principal members of the group were Diana Ross byname of Diane Earle; b. March 26, , Detroit , Mich. June 30, , Detroit —d. March 6, , Greenville, Miss. They changed their name to the Supremes before releasing their first Motown single in , and upon the subsequent departure of Martin the remaining trio went on to score five U. It took a while to create the distinctive look and sound that ultimately made them famous. Gordy unsuccessfully paired the group with different musicians and songs for three years until he finally stumbled upon the right formula. The group continued to rack up chart-topping hits but was ultimately pulled apart by conflicting individual and corporate ambitions. By the end of , the Supremes had lost both Ballard who was replaced by Birdsong and producers Holland-Dozier-Holland.
The Supremes were an American female singing group and a premier act of Motown Records during the s. Founded as The Primettes in Detroit , Michigan, in , the Supremes were the most commercially successful of Motown's acts and are, to date, America's most successful vocal group  with 12 number one singles on the Billboard Hot Martin left the act in early , and Ross, Ballard, and Wilson carried on as a trio. During the mids, the Supremes achieved mainstream success with Ross as lead singer and Holland-Dozier-Holland as its songwriting and production team. In , Ross left to pursue a solo career and was replaced by Jean Terrell and the group reverted to being The Supremes again. During the mids, the lineup changed with Lynda Laurence , Scherrie Payne and Susaye Greene joining until, after 18 years, the group disbanded in