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An Evening With Michelle Phillips from The Mamas And The Papas

Best known for being one of the singers for the Sixties folk/pop group, The Mamas and the Papas, which she formed in 1965 with Cass Elliot, Denny Doherty and John Phillips, California-born Michelle Phillips is the last-surviving member of the iconic group. Having co-wrote some of the band's biggest hits including Creeque Alley and California Dreamin', Phillips became one of the most-recognizable faces in music. After the group disbanded in 1971, Phillips actively pursued an acting career. She received a Golden Globe nomination for her work in Dillinger and got her big TV break in 1987 as Anne Matheson Sumner in the prime-time soap Knots Landing. Hear Phillips in discussion, along with GRAMMY Museum Executive Director Bob Santelli, about her expansive career in show business, as well as current endeavors. After the interview, Phillips will take audience questions and will be available for a fan meet and greet.

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