Mary Wilson of The Supremes


Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2009


WVU Creative Arts Center

About the Event

It was Mary Wilson’s vision of musical stardom that inspired her to co-found, with friends Diana Ross and Florence Ballard, the most successful female singing group of all time. The Supremes soared to fame with hits like “Baby Love,” “Where Did Our Love Go”and “Stop, in the Name of Love.” The group amassed an unprecedented 12 #1 hits during the 1960s. After The Supremes disbanded, Wilson continued her journey as a role model for women as the singer who set the standard for females in the recording industry. With 40 incredible albums over four decades, two best-selling autobiographies, countless humanitarian efforts and numerous film and television appearances, Wilson has yet to relinquish the dream that propelled her far beyond her wildest imagination. Don’t miss your chance to experience Mary Wilson’s timeless vocals in the intimate atmosphere of the Creative Arts Center!