Living legend Smokey Robinson honored in Cleveland

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CLEVELAND-- Living legend, Smokey Robinson, was honored in Cleveland Saturday night.

He received an honorary degree from Case Western Reserve University at the State Theatre.  The entertainer was also recognized as part of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's Music Master Series with a tribute concert.

Smokey talked about how special it is that Cleveland is honoring him. "I'm honored to be in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. For an artist, that's a dream come true.. that's like asking a football player: Would you like to win the Super Bowl? Yeah, I would. The Rock and Roll of Fame is great and I'm very happy to be in it."

Performers at the concert tribute included Rock Hall inductees, Dennis Edwards, Martha Reeves and Mary Wilson.

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