27th Annual Marvin Gaye Day Celebration

The 27th Annual Marvin Gaye Day Celebration
April 2, 2011 11am-4pm
at
The Historical Society of Washington, DC
8th & K Streets, N.W
Washington, D.C. 20001

Documentary: The Life and Death of Marvin Gaye 11am-1pm

Panel Discussion & Q&A: 1:05pm-2:30pm
Marvin Gaye’s Life In DC & The History of R&B
Gregory “Guitar” Gaskins, Jimi Dougans, Sandra Bears, Reese Palmer, &
Rev. Sandra Butler-Truesdale, Moderator

AAMA Awards Ceremony: 2:30pm-3:00pm
Honoring Legendary Musicians & Performers who have given in Community Service

Performances By: 3:00pm-4:00pm
Leonard, Coleman & Blunt–Blunt & Coolfire performing Marvin Gaye
Nationally Known Vocalist: Al Johnson, Performing A Medley of Marvin Gaye’s Greatest Hits

Original Marvin Gaye Memorabilia by Al the Artist

Presented By :
The African American Music Association, Inc.,
Supported By: Emma Mae Gallery, DC Legendary Musicians, DC Arts
District & The Historical Society of Washington, DC

Please not that the times specified are subject to change.
www.MarvinGayeDay.com

COME & BRING A FRIEND. FREE ADMISSION DONATIONS ACCEPTED
Emma Mae Gallery at the Reeves Center
2000 14th St., NW, 1st flr.
Washington, DC 20009
202-246-6300

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One Response to 27th Annual Marvin Gaye Day Celebration

  1. Wish we could have someone over here bright enough to organise a Marvin Gaye day in England. Still miss him and his music so so much.
    Thanks for reading this.

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