Arthur "T-Boy" Ross

Arthur "T-Boy" Ross

Born Feb 28, 1949

Arthur "T-Boy" Ross was an American singer and songwriter most notable for his collaborations with Leon Ware and for being the younger brother of Diana Ross. Born in Detroit, Michigan, Ross hung around rougher sections of Detroit while his elder sister went on to fame as lead singer of The Supremes in the 1960s and later solo fame in 1970s.… Read More

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Learn about the memorable moments in the evolution of Arthur "T-Boy" Ross.


1949 Birth Born in 1949.


1972 23 Years Old Shortly after Diana Ross had established herself on her own, she recruited him to Motown as an appointed songwriter in 1972. … Read More


1979 30 Years Old T-Boy had an argument with Ware during recording sessions for Marvin Gaye's I Want You album. He later left and in 1979, set on becoming a singer, released his first album for Motown in 1979, Changes. … Read More


During the weekend of June 22-23, 1996, police found the decaying bodies of Ross and his wife Patricia Ann Robinson in a basement inside another person's dilapidated home in Oak Park, Michigan, a high crime suburb of Detroit. … Read More
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