Maxine Powell, who was responsible for developing the charm, grace and style of Motown Records’ artists during the Detroit label’s 1960s heyday, has died. She was 98.


Motown Museum CEO Allen Rawls says Powell died Monday at a hospital in Southfield, Mich. She was moved into hospice care two weeks ago, and the Motown museum downtown paid a tribute to her in August.


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