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A Conversation With Mary Wilson Of The Supremes

A founding member of Rock and Roll Hall of Famers the Supremes, Ms. Mary Wilson co-founded what became one of the most successful American singing groups of the '60s with original members Diana Ross and Florence Ballard, originally calling themselves the Primettes. Beginning in 1964, the group recorded 12 No. 1 hits for Motown Records. In 1965, at the height of the British Invasion, the group set a record for the most consecutive No. 1 hits by an American group when "Come See About Me," "Back in My Arms Again," "Baby Love," "Stop! In The Name Of Love" and "Where Did Our Love Go?" topped the Billboard singles chart. The latter two earned induction into the GRAMMY Hall Of Fame. Ms. Wilson is a best-selling author, motivational speaker, businesswoman, former U.S. Cultural Ambassador, the recipient of an Associate Degree from New York University in 2001, and an honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters from Paine College in Augusta, Georgia. In 2007, Ms. Wilson was named international spokeswoman for the Humpty Dumpty Institute, a platform she uses to condemn the death and destruction caused by hidden landmines and unexploded ordnances in less developed countries. In March 2015 Billboard named the Supremes the Top Girl Group of All Time. The GRAMMY Museum welcomes Ms. Wilson to the Clive Davis Theater for an intimate discussion on her career and life as a Supreme. The discussion will be moderated by Bob Santelli, Executive Director of the GRAMMY Museum.

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