In late 1965 Berry Gordy decided to adjust the group's name and they were billed thereafter as Smokey Robinson & The Miracles although it was still one group, until Smokey left the group in July 1972 (although the final Smokey Robinson & The Miracles single was not released until November). He was replaced by Billy Griffin, with the name being reverted back to The Miracles for the new line-up.
The Miracles stayed with Motown until 1976, and had a number one US hit with 'Love Machine' in 1975. In 1976 they moved to Columbia.
William "Smokey" Robinson (1955–1972)
Ronald "Ronnie" White (1955–1983; 1993–1995)
Warren "Pete" Moore (1955–1978)
Clarence Dawson (1955)
James Grice (1955)
Emerson Rogers (1956)
Robert "Bobby" Rogers (1956–1983; 1993–2013)
Claudette Rogers (Robinson) (1956–1964)
Billy Griffin (1972–1978; late 1990s)
Dave Finley (1978–1983; 1993–present)
Sidney Justin (1993–c.2000)
Tee Turner (1996–present)
Mark Scott (2005–2008)
Alphonse Franklin (2008-present)