Jamie Foxx, John Legend and Seal brought the soulful sounds of Motown to the White House for an intimate performance hosted by President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama honoring the legendary label. Motown president Berry Gordy looked on with pride as President Obama called the label's music the "soundtrack to the civil rights era." The concert will be aired on PBS, March 1st at 8pm.

Essence.com
Feb, 25, 2011



Jamie Foxx, John Legend and Seal brought the soulful sounds of Motown to the White House for an intimate performance hosted by President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama honoring the legendary label. Motown president Berry Gordy looked on with pride as President Obama called the label's music the "soundtrack to the civil rights era."

The concert will be aired on PBS, March 1st at 8pm.

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