Last week, some of the music industry’s biggest stars paid tribute to Stevie Wonder for a special post-Grammys all-star tribute. This month, CBS aired the concert, which included performances from Beyoncé, Tony Bennett, Ariana Grande, Jennifer Hudson, Pharrell Williams, and John Legend.
Stevie Wonder is an American musician and a former child prodigy who became one of the most creative musical figures of the late 20th century. His music has become legendary Born blind on May 13, 1950, in Saginaw, Michigan, singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Steve Wonder made his recording debut at age 12. He recorded his first hit single in 1963.
Over the next decade, Wonder recorded several hit songs, including "Living in the City," "Boogie on a Reggae Woman" and "Isn't She Lovely." His fertile period came to an end in 1979. Wonder's 1980s hits include "I Just Called to Say I Love You" and "Ebony and Ivory." He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1989.
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