William "Smokey" Robinson Jr., is a legendary singer-songwriter, record producer, record executive and co-founder of Motown Records. Robinson was one of the major songwriters and producers for Motown, penning several hit singles such as, “Who’s Loving You,” "My Guy,” "The Way You Do The Things You Do," and "My Girl." In 1975, Robinson released his most successful solo album, A Quiet Storm, which yielded three hit singles. In recent years, Robinson released the standards album, "Timeless Love," "Time Flies When You're Having Fun," "Now And Then" and "Smokey & Friends." Robinson has been Inducted into the Kennedy Center, awarded an individual star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and a second star with his group, The Miracles.