An Evening With Diana Ross

An Evening with Diana Ross is a 1977 live double album released by American singer Diana Ross on the Motown label. Recorded live at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles during the international tour of Ross' celebrated one-woman show, for which she was awarded a special Tony Award after the show's run at Broadway's Palace Theater, followed by an Emmy-nominated TV special of the same name, the album showcased her live performances for the second time as a solo performer (1974's Live At Caesars Palace is the first). It was the last live album Ross released until 1989's Greatest Hits Live, released before she returned to Motown that year.

Note: "Someday We'll Be Together" is mentioned as a track on the album from Ross' Supremes hits medley; she doesn't actually sing the song. She speaks over the song's instrumentation and backing vocals while introducing singer and Motown labelmate, Smokey Robinson, an audience member that evening.

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