Celebrated worldwide for recording a torrent of hits as a founding member of Motown supergroup the Supremes, Mary Wilson continues to lead a prominent solo career, packing top venues across the globe. She returns by high demand to The Smith Center, fresh on the heels of releasing her new book chronicling her glittering career, “Supreme Glamour,” which also coincides with the Supremes’ 60th anniversary since the original members began singing together as the Primettes.
Acclaimed for her smoky vocals and charming stage presence, Wilson’s whirlwind touring has included performing multiple times at the White House, including for two inaugural dinners, and giving numerous consecutive concerts at the legendary Feinstein’s in New York City.
As a group, The Supremes has been inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and earned the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award.
In her highly anticipated show, Wilson will enchant audiences with her smooth renditions of classic standards, and will celebrate her music legacy by delivering Supremes hits now engrained in American pop culture.
Don’t miss this intimate performance by a powerhouse vocalist who has set the standard for female artists in the recording industry.
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