Wild and Peaceful: A Tribute to Teena Marie

She thrived at the epicenter of a R&B movement and left not just a sensational musical legacy, but a deeply personal one as well. Join The GRAMMY Museum and Stax Records as we pay tribute to the internationally renowned singer, songwriter, producer, multi-instrumentalist and performer Teena Marie. Making her debut in 1979, Teena Marie's musical eclecticism took soul music in new directions, and earned her a spot in the hearts of R&B purists. Since her passing in late 2010, fans around the world have expressed the impact of Teena's inspirational career and the importance of her brilliant songwriting. R&B singer, Lalah Hathaway; legendary keyboardist George Duke; singer-songwriter Shanice Wilson; music director Doug Grigsby, R&B writer Scott Galloway and Teena Marie's daughter Alia Rose will discuss the incredible talent and trailblazing career of the acclaimed "Lady Tee." Urban Buzz editor Kevin Fleming will moderate the panel discussion. Special performances by Hathaway and Wilson and other special guests will follow.