getTV Airs Legendary Music Special “Sisters In The Name of Love” And Motowns’ 60th Anniversary

This coming week’s Sony Pictures Television’s getTV will air music variety specials featuring legendary African-American entertainers including Patti LaBelle, Gladys Knight, The Temptations, Smokey Robinson and more.

On Sunday, February 17, 2019, getTV will air Sisters in the Name of Love, an award-winning concert special that brought together three of R&B’s greatest voices for the first time – Gladys Knight, Patti LaBelle, and Dionne Warwick. Originally broadcast on HBO, this team-up of music icons has never been released on home video and is rarely rerun.

In a salute to Motown Records’ 60th Anniversary, getTV will air The Temptations Show and The Smokey Robinson Show back-to-back on Sunday, March 3, 2019. These music specials feature an all-star lineup of guests including The Supremes and Stevie Wonder. You don’t want to miss these stellar performances!

Below you’ll find a full list and airtimes of all of the variety specials:

Sunday, February 17, 2019

10 PM ET – The Patti LaBelle Show

In this 1985 special, Patti is joined by singers Luther Vandross, Cyndi Lauper, and Amy Grant.

11 PM ET – Sisters in the Name of Love

This 1986 award-winning concert special brought together three of R&B’s greatest voices–Gladys Knight, Patti LaBelle, and Dionne Warwick.

Sunday, March 3rd, 2019

10 PM – The Temptations Show

This 1969 special produced by Motown starred singing group The Temptations and guest-starred George Kirby and Kaye Stevens.

11 PM – The Smokey Robinson Show

This 1970 music variety show features Smokey Robinson, The Supremes, The Temptations, and Stevie Wonder.

To see what channel getTV is on in your area, click here. getTV is available nationwide on Dish channel 373.

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