The Isley Brothers, More Than 60 Years Later

It's about 1991 or so and I'm about three or four years old, sitting in the back seat of the car while my dad drives. As was usually the case, we're listening to Chicago's Oldies station, which at the time played mostly music from the 1950s and 60s. I liked everything I heard at that time, though there were a few songs that always got younger me excited, and one of them was by The Isley Brothers.

The Daughter of Warren “Pete” Moore Reflects on Her ‘Miracle’ Father

In the 1960s, there were few vocals groups bigger than The Miracles. Starting in 1955 as The Five Chimes, the group is most famous for the lineup that featured Smokey Robinson, Claudette Robinson, Bobby Rogers, Ronald White, and Warren "Pete" Moore. I had the pleasure of having a chat with Pete Moore's daughter Monique about her father, his legacy, and what The Miracles mean to her as the daughter of a legend.