Mary Wells, singer of ‘My Guy,’ gets posthumous Rock Hall push

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(Reuters) – Mary Wells, Motown Records’ first female star who paved the way for the success of Diana Ross and The Supremes, shot to fame in the early 1960s only to fade away as a footnote of the longtime Detroit record label. Now, some two decades after Wells’ death in 1992 at age 49, the singer who scored a No. 1 hit with “My Guy,” is receiving a push for induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. … USA, LLC