June 21, 2017
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What can we write about Diana Ross that hasn’t been written a thousand times? Here’s a thousand and one! The singer-actress-diva-queen first came to prominence in the ’60s with The Supremes, helping create soul music and what became known as the Motown Sound, while in the process opening the door for subsequent African-American and female artists. She starred on the big screen in the ’70s with Lady Sings the Blues, Mahogany and The Wiz, and has spent the last 30-plus years racking up an array of award nods and wins, including 2012’s Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award.

8 p.m. Wednesday, June 28, Daily’s Place, Downtown, $42.50-$121.50, ticketmaster.com.

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