DETROIT (WXYZ) - The Supremes were a big part of the original heart and soul members of Detroit.
They were a group of key players who helped put Motown on the map.
7 Action News spoke with one of those music legends Friday on 7 Action News at 5.
Mary Wilson of The Supremes paid a visit to Broadcast House to talk about a special exhibition featuring amazing photos from a new book entitled "HeartSoul Detroit, Conversations on the Motor City."
The event is taking place at the Detroit Historical Museum.
The exhibit runs from 6 p.m. until 10 p.m.
It will cost you $35-dollars. For $75 you get admission, plus a copy of the new book.
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