Warren "Pete" Moore
Chief Executive Officer with 40 years of National and International sales, marketing, public relations, authoring and publishing experience. Mr. Moore's professional experience includes many different areas in the music and entertainment industry.
Motown Records He has been involved in the founding and growth of the Motown Record Empire. He is one of the original members of the Smokey Robinson and the Miracles singing group, the first group signed (1959) to Berry Gordy and Motown Records. The song "Shop Around" was the first million record seller for Motown Records. The Miracles have sold over 40 million records worldwide during their 40-year career. Motion pictures such as Coming to America, the Big Chill, Cooley High, Platoon, A Bronx Tale and Monsters Inc. are some of the movies Mr. Moor's compositions have appeared in. Moreover; Mr. Moore has written some of the most successful music titles in history. Some of his music authoring includes "The Track of My Tears" ; "Oo Baby, Baby" ; "Ain't That Peculiar" ; "Love Machine" ; "Since I Lost My Baby" ; "City of Angles" ; Going To-A-Go-Go" ; "I'll be Doggone" ; "The Overture" ; "Ain't Nobody Straight in LA" ; and "It's Growing". In 1978, "Love Machine" was on the music charts for 24 consecutive weeks before reaching the number one position, which established it as the all time record for the most consecutive weeks a song ha been on the charts before reaching the top position. The song "Overture" represented Radio Monte Carlo (in France) from 1978 to 1979. Marvin Gaye, Debbie Boone, Linda Ronstadt, George Michael, The Rolling Stones, Areatha Franklin, Ramsey Lewis, Tom Jones, Luther Vandross, Michael Jackson, The Temptations, and the Four Tops are among other International famous recording artists who have recorded Mr. Moore's compositions. Mr. Moore himself has received four BMI Awards and one Country & Western Award for compositions written as early as 1960s, such as "Ain't That Peculiar" and "I'll be Doggone", both sang by the late Marvin Gaye. "The Track of My Tears", "Love Machine" and Going To-A-Go-Go", all song by Smokey Robinson and the Miracles, were some of the group's biggest sellers. His song "Ooh, Baby Baby" was recorded by Linda Ronstadt (and became a hit for her), and his "Since I Lost My Baby' became a chart-buster for the Temptations and Luther Vandross. The Miracles had the honor of receiving the "Rhythm and Blues Foundation Award' in 1997 and was inducted into the "Vocal Group Hall of Fame" in 1972. The City Council of Detroit has named one of it's streets "Miracles Boulevard" in view of the exceptional achievements, outstanding leadership, and dedication to improving the quality of life that was provided to the city for over a 40 year period.