Shortly after the 57th GRAMMYs wrap up, the GRAMMY Awards will salute one of its frequent winners.
Stevie Wonder hit the stage in Seattle to play his classic album, Songs in the Key of Life, in full, with a few things to say about the current state of America.
There was a real sense of occasion to this show: it felt unique to not hear him perform “Higher Ground,” “Signed, Sealed, Delivered,” “Master Blaster” and some of his other huge hits. Also unique was the opportunity to hear lesser played ones like “Joy Inside My Tears,” “All Day Sucker” and “Ordinary Pain”
The news of two new albums from the music legend comes as he’s about to embark on a tour based around his 1976 landmark release, ‘Songs in the Key of Life.’
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Stevie Wonder will hit the road this fall and perform the entire Songs In The Key Of Life. Announced during a press conference Wednesday, Stevie will kick off Nov.6th and there will be a stop […]
The tour, produced and promoted by Live Nation, will kick off Nov. 6 in New York City at Madison Square Garden.
The legendary singer will also feature Blake Shelton, Lionel Richie and John Legend on her upcoming release.
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