Monday, February 25
Three time Grammy Hall of Fame-winning entertainment legend Mary Wilson is a founding and longest-running member of The Supremes, one of the most successful, influential and groundbreaking groups of all time. In a career that has encompassed all facets of show-business, she has achieved success as a singer, bestselling author, actress and entrepreneur. Now, on the occasion of the 55th anniversary of The Supremes’ first number-one hit single, “Where Did Our Love Go,” the 60th anniversary of the Motown’s founding and the 60th anniversary of The Supremes, the Paley Center is proud to welcome her for a conversation about her enduring career, and how The Supremes’ classic television appearances broke down social, racial and gender barriers, and forever changed the face of pop music. This special evening will be highlighted by video clips from the Paley Archive.
This event is part of the Paley Center’s multifaceted Black History Month celebration, Shaping Our Nation’s Story: African-American Achievements in Television Presented by Citi.
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