Stop! In The Name Of Motown! Motown: The Sound Of Young America is now open at the GRAMMY Museum. Dive into the history behind some of music’s greatest hits from The Supremes, The Temptations, and Stevie Wonder, while you explore how the sound of Motown continues to influence some of pop music’s most important artists today such as Boyz II Men, NE-YO, MIGOS and more
Motown: The Sound Of Young America traces the evolution of the label, focusing on its major artists and musical achievements, and explores how the sound of Motown continues to influence some of pop music’s most important artists today. In addition to stage outfits from many of Motown’s top performers, such as The Temptations, the Four Tops, the Miracles, and The Supremes, the exhibition also includes exclusive interviews with many Motown legends, letting visitors get deep inside the creative process perfected at Motown 60 years ago. Visitors will also experience interactive displays, including an opportunity to perform the Supremes’ “Stop! In The Name Of Love” on stage and learn the Temptations’ signature dance moves.
We’re honored that the GRAMMY Museum is bringing this vital exhibit to Los Angeles. In the past 60 years, Motown has repeatedly proved itself as a galvanizing musical and cultural force, amplifying the voice of Young America. Providing a firsthand view of the development of artists like Marvin Gaye, The Supremes, Stevie Wonder, Boyz II Men, NE-YO, Lil Baby and MIGOS will, I hope, spark the dreams of a new generation. – Ethiopia Habtemariam, Chairman/Ceo Of Motown Records And President Of Urban Music/Co-Head Of Creative At Universal Publishing Music Group.
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