“Motown Sound” fills White House for PBS show

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The White House “reverberated like a long-ago basement sound studio in Detroit” on Thursday (Feb. 24), reports the Associated Press. The occasion: a PBS In Performance at the White House, “The Motown Sound.” Performers included Smokey Robinson, John Legend, Seal and Stevie Wonder — first lady Michelle Obama confessed he’s her favorite, “yes indeed.” And Motown founder Berry Gordy was in the audience. See a clip here.

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