Sylvia Moy, grew up on the northeast side of Detroit. According to “Berry Gordy’s” autobiography “To Be Loved” Moy was directly responsible for the label keeping Stevie Wonder. Gordy wrote that, after Stevie’s voice began to change, he was going to drop him from the label. It was then that Moy went to Berry and asked, “If she could come up with a hit for Stevie would he reconsider”, he agreed. Among the hit singles Moy wrote and or produce while at Motown are “Uptight (Everything’s Alright)” and “My Cherie Amour” by Stevie Wonder and “Honey Chile” and “ Love Bug Leave My Heart Alone” by Martha and the Vandellas. Richard Morris and Moy produced “One Way Out” Gordy label of R&B records. Inducted into the “Songwriter’s Hall of Fame”, “Hackley Historic Collection”, Detroit Public Library, 6 Grammy nominations, over 15 gold and platinum records, 20 BMI awards, She is the co-founder of The Center for Creative Communications, also known as “Masterworks”, where she trains young adults in the file d of telecommunication and media arts. Sylvia continues to write and produce at her studio in Detroit.