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Stevie Wonder Number 1's - Exclusive ...
$79.99
Signed, Sealed And Delivered
$24.98
Original Musiquarium I
$32.99
Hotter Than July
$27.48
Talking Book
$39.02
Someday At Christmas
$27.98
Up-Tight
$14.98
Songs In The Key Of Life
$40.98
The Jazz Soul Of Little Stevie + Trib...
$11.99
Where I'm Coming from SHM
$22.46
Innervisions
$33.15
Stevie Wonder - Greatest Hits
$4.85
The Best of Stevie Wonder - The Chris...
$6.59
Journey Through the Secret Life of Pl...
$12.55
Fulfillingness' First Finale
$13.98
Characters
$3.47
My Cherie Amour
$10.00
Hotter Than July Remastered
$9.98
Music Of My Mind Remastered
$9.98
Conversation Peace
$11.80
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Fan Reviews

Vince
June 30th 2020
VERY GIFTED GENIUS AT HIS BEST GAVE HIS HEART THAT NIGHT SO WE COULD HAVE SOUL
Charlottesville, VA@
John Paul Jones Arena
Andy
July 10th 2019
70% sublime, 30% dum de dum. Guess the man just needed a rest mid set when we had the random DJ set? Not sure what the fuss about the sound was: it was good to me,and the great man can certainly still sing.
Dublin, Ireland@
3Arena
Heather
July 8th 2019
Wonderful to see this living Legend and with Lionel Ritchie too, what a treat. Wishing Stevie well with his upcoming surgery
London, United Kingdom@
Hyde Park
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About Stevie Wonder

Stevie Wonder (born May 13, 1950) is a singer, songwriter, producer, musician, humanitarian and social activist. Although his name at birth was Stevland Judkins, he later changed his name to Stevland Morris. His mother's biography states that his surname was legally changed to Morris, "an old family name," in 1961 when he signed with Motown. Wonder has recorded more than 30 Top 10 hits, won two dozen Grammys, also one for lifetime achievement, and been inducted into both the Rock and Roll and Songwriters halls of fame.

Blind from infancy, Wonder has become one of the most successful and well-known artists on the Motown label, with nine U.S. #1 hits to his name and album sales totaling more than 70 million units. He has recorded several critically acclaimed albums and hit singles, and writes and produces songs for many of his labelmates and outside artists as well. A multi-instrumentalist, Wonder plays the drums, guitar, synthesizers, congas, and most famously the piano, harmonica and keyboards.

Born Stevland Morris in Saginaw, Michigan in 1950, Wonder enters his fifth decade as one of the most prolific artists in music history, delivering 35 U.S. albums - 28 major studio releases - with album sales totaling more than 72 million units. The singer/songwriter has scored more than 30 Top Ten Hits, 11 #1 Pop singles, winning 19 Grammys (and a Lifetime Achievement Grammy in '96) and a host of other awards, including, most recently, Billboard's 2004 Century Award. His contribution to worldwide social and political change is just as impressive, with Wonder championing the effort to make Martin Luther King's birthday a national holiday, as well as becoming a driving force behind 1985's USA For Africa campaign.

Honored at the 22nd Kennedy Center Honors in 1999, President Clinton remarked: "In so many ways (Wonder) has helped to compose the remaining passages of Dr. King's legacy." But it is Wonder's songwriting legacy that has inexorably connected him to the world. From Motown prodigy to groundbreaking innovator, he has always believed in music as a transformational force.

As one critic wrote about Wonder's ingenious musical techniques: "He was simply the best at humanizing synthesizers.'" His mind bending fusion of innovative beats and ear-to-the street lyrical sensibilities single-handedly revitalized American songwriting in the '70's. Wonder forged his diverging styles into a trademark sound, putting his musical signature on an epic quartet of albums that would change music forever - 1972's Talking Book, 1973's Innervisions, 1974's Fullfillingness' First Finale, and 1976's Songs In The Key Of Life. By decade's end, Wonder had garnered a record 15 Grammys, as well as numerous other awards. He was now cited by critics and fans alike as, arguably, the most important songwriter of his generation. The songs tethered during this era, from "Superstition," and "You Are The Sunshine Of My Life," to "Living In The City," from "Higher Ground," to "You Haven't Done Nothin'," from "Boogie On Reggae Woman," to "I Wish" and "Sir Duke," confirmed Wonder's status as a national treasure.

He continued his hit making journey in the decades to follow, penning, among other classics, his 1982 collaboration with Paul McCartney, "Ebony And Ivory," which remained #1 for seven weeks in a row. 1984's The Woman In Red soundtrack produced the enduring classic "I Just Called To Say I Love You," yet another #1 hit that netted him an Academy Award.

In 1989 wonder was inducted into the Rock 'N Roll Hall Of Fame along side none other than the Rolling Stones. As if to prove even Wonder's rock roots had come full circle - the Stones were the only band he chose to tour with when debuting his breakthrough masterpiece, "Superstition" in 1972.

The '90's brought exciting new opportunities for Wonder, with his influence on the new breed of hip hop artists evident when Coolio fused Wonder's "Pastime Paradise," for his 1995 smash "Gangsta's Paradise." Countless more hip hop stars would pay homage to Wonder, including Public Enemy and Jay-Z, citing his tremendous influence over the genre, and morphing other Wonder nuggets into revamped hip hop gems. Two recent Stevie Wonder collections capture the depth of his amazing career, At The Close Of The Century, 1999's first authorized box set, a 4 CD, 70 song collection with additional bonus tracks. 2002 marked the release of The Definitive Collection, a 21 song CD, including 15 of Wonder's #1's. The compilation includes songs from 1963-1985, and was universally hailed as one of the finer musical retrospectives ever released, capturing one of the most integral American artist's at the top of his game.

The new millennium found music fans marveling at Wonder's incredible staying power, acknowledging the brilliance of his 40-plus year career with a slew of awards.

Inducted into the Songwriter's Hall Of Fame in 2002, he was the first African American to be awarded the Johnny Mercer Award in 2004, in recognition of a lifetime of outstanding creative works. At the end of the year he was presented with Billboard's highest honor for creative achievement, The Billboard Century Award, whose past honorees include George Harrison, Joni Mitchell, and John Mellencamp, among others. In 2003, Rolling Stone magazine cited four Wonder albums in their list of the 500 Greatest Albums Of All Time, including Innervisions (#23) and Songs In The Key Of Life (#56).
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Genres:
R&b, Soul, Rnb-soul, R&b/soul
Hometown:
Saginaw, Michigan

No upcoming shows
Send a request to Stevie Wonder to play in your city
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Live Photos of Stevie Wonder

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Stevie Wonder merch
amazonview store

Stevie Wonder Number 1's - Exclusive ...
$79.99
Signed, Sealed And Delivered
$24.98
Original Musiquarium I
$32.99
Hotter Than July
$27.48
Talking Book
$39.02
Someday At Christmas
$27.98
Up-Tight
$14.98
Songs In The Key Of Life
$40.98
The Jazz Soul Of Little Stevie + Trib...
$11.99
Where I'm Coming from SHM
$22.46
Innervisions
$33.15
Stevie Wonder - Greatest Hits
$4.85
The Best of Stevie Wonder - The Chris...
$6.59
Journey Through the Secret Life of Pl...
$12.55
Fulfillingness' First Finale
$13.98
Characters
$3.47
My Cherie Amour
$10.00
Hotter Than July Remastered
$9.98
Music Of My Mind Remastered
$9.98
Conversation Peace
$11.80
View All

Fan Reviews

Vince
June 30th 2020
VERY GIFTED GENIUS AT HIS BEST GAVE HIS HEART THAT NIGHT SO WE COULD HAVE SOUL
Charlottesville, VA@
John Paul Jones Arena
Andy
July 10th 2019
70% sublime, 30% dum de dum. Guess the man just needed a rest mid set when we had the random DJ set? Not sure what the fuss about the sound was: it was good to me,and the great man can certainly still sing.
Dublin, Ireland@
3Arena
Heather
July 8th 2019
Wonderful to see this living Legend and with Lionel Ritchie too, what a treat. Wishing Stevie well with his upcoming surgery
London, United Kingdom@
Hyde Park
View More Fan Reviews

About Stevie Wonder

Stevie Wonder (born May 13, 1950) is a singer, songwriter, producer, musician, humanitarian and social activist. Although his name at birth was Stevland Judkins, he later changed his name to Stevland Morris. His mother's biography states that his surname was legally changed to Morris, "an old family name," in 1961 when he signed with Motown. Wonder has recorded more than 30 Top 10 hits, won two dozen Grammys, also one for lifetime achievement, and been inducted into both the Rock and Roll and Songwriters halls of fame.

Blind from infancy, Wonder has become one of the most successful and well-known artists on the Motown label, with nine U.S. #1 hits to his name and album sales totaling more than 70 million units. He has recorded several critically acclaimed albums and hit singles, and writes and produces songs for many of his labelmates and outside artists as well. A multi-instrumentalist, Wonder plays the drums, guitar, synthesizers, congas, and most famously the piano, harmonica and keyboards.

Born Stevland Morris in Saginaw, Michigan in 1950, Wonder enters his fifth decade as one of the most prolific artists in music history, delivering 35 U.S. albums - 28 major studio releases - with album sales totaling more than 72 million units. The singer/songwriter has scored more than 30 Top Ten Hits, 11 #1 Pop singles, winning 19 Grammys (and a Lifetime Achievement Grammy in '96) and a host of other awards, including, most recently, Billboard's 2004 Century Award. His contribution to worldwide social and political change is just as impressive, with Wonder championing the effort to make Martin Luther King's birthday a national holiday, as well as becoming a driving force behind 1985's USA For Africa campaign.

Honored at the 22nd Kennedy Center Honors in 1999, President Clinton remarked: "In so many ways (Wonder) has helped to compose the remaining passages of Dr. King's legacy." But it is Wonder's songwriting legacy that has inexorably connected him to the world. From Motown prodigy to groundbreaking innovator, he has always believed in music as a transformational force.

As one critic wrote about Wonder's ingenious musical techniques: "He was simply the best at humanizing synthesizers.'" His mind bending fusion of innovative beats and ear-to-the street lyrical sensibilities single-handedly revitalized American songwriting in the '70's. Wonder forged his diverging styles into a trademark sound, putting his musical signature on an epic quartet of albums that would change music forever - 1972's Talking Book, 1973's Innervisions, 1974's Fullfillingness' First Finale, and 1976's Songs In The Key Of Life. By decade's end, Wonder had garnered a record 15 Grammys, as well as numerous other awards. He was now cited by critics and fans alike as, arguably, the most important songwriter of his generation. The songs tethered during this era, from "Superstition," and "You Are The Sunshine Of My Life," to "Living In The City," from "Higher Ground," to "You Haven't Done Nothin'," from "Boogie On Reggae Woman," to "I Wish" and "Sir Duke," confirmed Wonder's status as a national treasure.

He continued his hit making journey in the decades to follow, penning, among other classics, his 1982 collaboration with Paul McCartney, "Ebony And Ivory," which remained #1 for seven weeks in a row. 1984's The Woman In Red soundtrack produced the enduring classic "I Just Called To Say I Love You," yet another #1 hit that netted him an Academy Award.

In 1989 wonder was inducted into the Rock 'N Roll Hall Of Fame along side none other than the Rolling Stones. As if to prove even Wonder's rock roots had come full circle - the Stones were the only band he chose to tour with when debuting his breakthrough masterpiece, "Superstition" in 1972.

The '90's brought exciting new opportunities for Wonder, with his influence on the new breed of hip hop artists evident when Coolio fused Wonder's "Pastime Paradise," for his 1995 smash "Gangsta's Paradise." Countless more hip hop stars would pay homage to Wonder, including Public Enemy and Jay-Z, citing his tremendous influence over the genre, and morphing other Wonder nuggets into revamped hip hop gems. Two recent Stevie Wonder collections capture the depth of his amazing career, At The Close Of The Century, 1999's first authorized box set, a 4 CD, 70 song collection with additional bonus tracks. 2002 marked the release of The Definitive Collection, a 21 song CD, including 15 of Wonder's #1's. The compilation includes songs from 1963-1985, and was universally hailed as one of the finer musical retrospectives ever released, capturing one of the most integral American artist's at the top of his game.

The new millennium found music fans marveling at Wonder's incredible staying power, acknowledging the brilliance of his 40-plus year career with a slew of awards.

Inducted into the Songwriter's Hall Of Fame in 2002, he was the first African American to be awarded the Johnny Mercer Award in 2004, in recognition of a lifetime of outstanding creative works. At the end of the year he was presented with Billboard's highest honor for creative achievement, The Billboard Century Award, whose past honorees include George Harrison, Joni Mitchell, and John Mellencamp, among others. In 2003, Rolling Stone magazine cited four Wonder albums in their list of the 500 Greatest Albums Of All Time, including Innervisions (#23) and Songs In The Key Of Life (#56).
Show More
Genres:
R&b, Soul, Rnb-soul, R&b/soul
Hometown:
Saginaw, Michigan

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