The GRAMMY Museum’s Architects of Sound: Motown

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Motown founder Berry Gordy and Grammy winner Smokey Robinson were honored with the Grammy Museum’s first-ever Architects of Sound Awards sponsored by Los Angeles magazine on November 11. Proceeds from the inaugural Grammy Museum benefit gala dinner and concert will provide essential support for the Grammy Museum at L.A. Live, an educational and interactive museum dedicated to engaging children and adults in the power of music through dynamic exhibits, educational programs, live performances, and more. The event was hosted by music industry veteran and television personality Randy Jackson and featured tribute performances from Kelly Rowland, Michael Bolton, Boyz II Men, and more.



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