An exhibit paying tribute to the late Marvin Gaye will beign a nine month run at the Motown Historical Museum. Featured items in the exhibit include a pair of rhinestone platform boots made for Gaye by his wife Janis, albums, sheet music, concerts and the Marvin Gaye Way street sign from Gaye's hometown of Washington. The museum has been working on the exhibit for some time but put the project on hold following the death Michael Jackson. The exhibit runs through September.

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