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"Motown was put here for a reason," Otis Williams said. "And to be part of that is something that I'm still in awe of."

Mary Wilson co-founded the Supremes when she was 15 years old, and remained a member until the group's dissolution in 1979. The Motown trio recorded 29 albums and 12 number one singles. She died on Feb. 8 at the age of 76.

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#VegasNYE : The Soul of Motown wishes you a soulful new year; the show is part of a musical tribute to the great music from Motown groups and you can hear them at @Westgate_LV 

The Marvelettes, who recorded for Motown’s Tamla label, released more than 20 singles that made the charts.

#ComingUp | @uttkarshtimes  will get you an exclusive story from #Motown  at 9:05 am. Stay tuned!

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The jukebox musical about the powerhouse Motown group will end its run on Jan. 16. It is now the fourth show to announce a closing in the last eight days.

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Tonight, the Kennedy Center Honors will celebrate the careers of actress Bette Midler, singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell, opera singer Justino Díaz, Motown producer Berry Gordy and “Saturday Night Live” creator Lorne Michaels. Here's a look at the honorees:

Six years ago today: The Miracle in Motown 🏈🙌 @AaronRodgers12  | #ProBowlVote  | #GoPackGo  Up next: #CHIvsGB  | Sunday, Dec. 12 at 7:20 p.m. CT | NBC

Mary Wilson, co-founder of the Supremes, the Motown group known for hits such as Baby Love and You Can't Hurry Love, has died aged 76

38-years ago today. Motown 25. Michael Jackson returned to sing with his family. But he performed a new song of his as well — “Billie Jean”. It’s the night he showed us the moonwalk for the very first time...

Mary Wilson, the Supremes co-founder and Motown legend who appeared on eternal hits like “Where Did Our Love Go,” “Baby Love,” “Come See About Me,” and “Stop! In the Name of Love,“ has died at age 76

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Mary Wilson, a founding member of "The Supremes" has died at the age of 76, her publicist told CNN. The popular Motown group's singles included "Where Did Our Love Go," "Baby Love," and "Stop! In the name of Love."

Mary Wilson, co-founder of iconic Motown group The Supremes, has died at the age of 76. We spoke to Mary in 2015 and she talked us through her career. "It was a lot of fun", she told us - even though she admits she didn't like some of their biggest hits

So proud of Michigan today!We gave the world Motown, Aretha, Madonna, Iggy, Eminem, Magic Johnson, corn flakes, cars, & the middle class. Malcolm X & Thomas Edison grew up here. Arthur Miller wrote his first play here. Rosa Parks lived here most of her life. And now: Pres. Biden!

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35% of the people in the United States who owned TV sets, 47 million people, tuned in to watch the broadcast of Motown 25 when it first aired on May 16, 1983. Were you one of them?

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“He told the director, he told everybody, how he wanted that stage, what type of lighting he wanted. He told them where to put the spotlight. ‘When I put my finger like this …’ He directed them.” – Suzee Ikeda on Michael’s direction that lead to his Moonwalk debut on Motown 25.

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