Cornelius GrantCornelius Grant served as the Temptations musical director and traveled all over the world with the best male vocal group in the world for almost 20 years. Grant was born April 27, 1943 in Fairfield, TX. At the age nine, he taught himself how to play the guitar.   After years of developing his skills on the guitar, his family subsequently moved to the Westside of Detroit, where his life transformed his musical talent. At age 15, and a full-time student at Mumford High School, Grant played clubs, bars, talent shows, and other functions with the best guitarists who came to the Motor City. After graduation from Mumford, he began his career playing behind Mary Wells, and then Marvin Gaye before settling with the Temptations. Grant played on select Motown studio sessions’ from 1964 to 1970, including Gladys Knight & the Pips chart busting “I Heard It Through the Grapevine.” Grant co-wrote the Temptations’ hits “I Know I’m Losing You” & “You’re My Everything” and has appeared on dozens of television shows. Travels have taken Grant around the world playing before screaming fans in the Pacific, the Caribbean, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. Grant is the Chief Executive of The Siege Company, an entertainment complex that manages and develops new artists. He is presently the producer and co-host of his internet radio show entitled “Cornelius Grant’s Flashbacks and New Traks.” Information can be found on his website:www.corneliusgrant.com.