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Motown legend sounds warning to Berklee grads

Robinson urges them to be humble

PHOTOS BY WENDY MAEDA/GLOBE STAFFSmokey Robinson, who recieved an honorary degree, spoke at Berklee College of Music's commencement, held at Agganis Arena in Boston yesterday. Linda Ronstadt (below left) also received an honorary degree. Adam Timmerman waved to his parents during the ceremony. PHOTOS BY WENDY MAEDA/GLOBE STAFFSmokey Robinson, who recieved an honorary degree, spoke at Berklee College of Music's commencement, held at Agganis Arena in Boston yesterday. Linda Ronstadt (below left) also received an honorary degree. Adam Timmerman waved to his parents during the ceremony. (Photos By Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff)
By Marc Larocque
Globe Correspondent / May 10, 2009

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Follow your dreams, but stay humble. That was the message directed by Motown singing legend Smokey Robinson yesterday to Berklee College of Music graduates setting out on their careers in the music industry. (Full Article: 445 Words)

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