Marvin Gaye Exhibit Opens At Detroit Motown Museum
The Motown museum, located in the original home of Motown Records Corp., has unveiled an exhibit chronicling the Marvin Gaye’s two decades at Motown, from 1960 to 1982. The exhibit in the second-floor gallery opened Friday and runs through at least September.
It’s the first time the museum has produced a major exhibit on Gaye, and follows a successful installation on the Jackson 5 last year that marked the one-year anniversary of the death of Michael Jackson.
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