As the legendary founder of Motown Records, Berry Gordy Jr. signed many now-iconic stars in the '60s, but one child singer still stands out in his mind. Watch Berry recall seeing a young Michael Jackson audition for Motown with the Jackson 5, and find out why he considered Michael a master even at that age.
Fleetwood Mac songstress Stevie Nicks and guitarist Lindsey Buckingham dated for years before calling it quits in the '70s. Watch as Stevie opens up about singing alongside her ex, her commitment to the band, and why Lindsey blames Fleetwood Mac for their breakup.
Watch as surfer Laird Hamilton looks back at his childhood.
As society evolves, Susan Sarandon says, she has noticed that strictly defined gender roles and designations have begun to dissolve. In this video, she explains why she feels this change is a good thing, and shares how certain socialization concepts can be troubling for men in particular.
Lenny Kravitz recounts one of his grandfather's character-building exercises and how it helped him achieve success as a musician, producer and actor.
Season 3 of Oprah's Master Class kicks off with musician Alicia Keys.
In 1967, Susan Sarandon married her first husband, Chris Sarandon. The two were together for seven years before separating, and in this video, Susan explains their atypical approach to the relationship. Plus, hear what Susan has learned about constantly evolving relationships.
In 2001, a newcomer named Alicia Keys made her national television debut on an Oprah Show episode about women who sing.
If supermodel Cindy Crawford was forced to choose between work and family, she says it would be an easy choice; she'd opt to be a stay-at-home mom to her two children. Watch as Cindy opens up about the validation and confidence she feels by being good at her job.
Stevie Nicks lost her mother in December 2011. Watch as the Fleetwood Mac singer reveals details about their close relationship and shares her advice for people who still have their parents in their lives.
Cindy reveals what she learned from their high-profile, four-year marriage.
Growing up in Manhattan, Diahann Carroll was exposed early and often to the theater scene and was drawn in instantly. Watch as the actress and singer discusses theater's importance to all classes of New Yorkers. Plus, hear how Diahann learned to ignore the people who discouraged her passion for singing and began following her own internal compass.
Singer/songwriter Alicia Keys believes in the power of words, and there's one she will never use again. Find out what it is.
By 1959, Berry Gordy had become known for his songwriting talent, but he had his sights set on something bigger: owning his own record company. Watch Berry describe how he turned $800 and a small Detroit studio into Motown's first headquarters, and hear about Berry's 'assembly-line approach' that helped create some of music's biggest stars.
Long before Lenny Kravitz was a rockstar, he was already touched by fame. Watch as the musician talks about his parents, Roxie Roker, who starred on 'The Jeffersons,' and NBC News producer Sy Kravitz. Plus, Lenny explains how he got his name and why his father often shut down emotionally.
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