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Smokey Robinson & Berry Gordy Honored at the Grammy Museum Architects of Sound Awards 

November 12, 2013
The Grammy Museum was bustling with Motown fans, Grammy foundation supporters, and musical royalty Monday night as the first annual Architects of Sound Awards took place, where honorees Berry Gordy and Smokey Robinson were presented with awards. Randy Jackson hosted performances by Boyz II Men, Michael Bolton, Kelly Rowland (Destiny's Child), and K.P. Fits. All photos by Michele McManmon.
Smokey Robinson, Berry Gordy (founder of Motown), and Randy Jackson share a laugh on the red carpet.
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The Grammy Museum was bustling with Motown fans, Grammy foundation supporters, and musical royalty Monday night as the first annual Architects of Sound Awards took place, where honorees Berry Gordy and Smokey Robinson were presented with awards. Randy Jackson hosted performances by Boyz II Men, Michael Bolton, Kelly Rowland (Destiny's Child), and K.P. Fits. All photos by Michele McManmon.
Published on November 12, 2013
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