Stevie Wonder, Diana Ross, and more to perform at Grammys-produced Motown 60th anniversary show

Taking place on February 12.

February 07, 2019

The Recording Academy has announced Motown Records will celebrate its 60th anniversary with a Grammy salute performance on February 12.

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"Motown 60: A Grammy Celebration" will include performances from Motown greats Stevie Wonder, Diana Ross, alongside contemporary soul/R&B musicians John Legend, Chloe x Halle, Boyz II Men, and Ne-Yo.

Billboard points out that while February 12 is the scheduled date for the celebratory event, there is no word on when the show will air. In previous years, the Grammys have produced salute shows for Elton John, Stevie Wonder, The Bee Gees, and other musical greats.

The 61st Grammys takes place on February 10 — two days before the salute show. Check tweets above.

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Stevie Wonder, Diana Ross, and more to perform at Grammys-produced Motown 60th anniversary show