Singer Stevie Wonder has reportedly finalized his divorce from his second wife, Kai Millard Morris. TMZ reports that the 65-year-old singer and songwriter reached a settlement with Kai that requires him to pay $25,000 a month in child support. Show More Summary
Stevie Wonder Divorces Wife Kai Millard Morris Stevie Wonder just finalized his divorce from his wife of 14 years, Kai Millard Morris. The couple share two minor children, ages 14 and 10, and the couple has agreed to joing custody.V...
He and his ex, Kai, will share custody of their two sons.
Stevie Wonder is officially divorced from his second wife Kai Millard Morris. Under the settlement, Stevie has agreed to pay $25,000 a month in child support for their 2 kids... ages 14 and 10. Stevie and Kai agreed to joint custo...
Wonder’s show is perhaps the most ambitious of all the classic-albums-in-their-entirety tours that have cropped up in recent years.
There’s a sticker on the plastic-wrapped CD I’m holding that reads, “Produced by Phil Ramone.” The late, great producer, who died in 2013, has a name brand that few other music producers can rival: He worked with Stevie Wonder, Paul Simon, Billy Joel, Madonna and Sinéad O’Connor. Show More Summary
For many people out there--a 'swinging' Friday night is made up of dinner, drinks, dancing and debauchery. For my sister and I a 'swinging' Friday night consisted of Wendys, drinking a bottle of wine, dancing to Stevie Wonder in my living room and then watching Mr Rogers Neighborhood. Show More Summary
Stevie Wonder: "My Cherie Amour"
Acts like Brandon Flowers and Stevie Wonder ensured a beautiful weekend.
Life Is Beautiful has the makings of a unique festival, the kind that would be tempting to choose over some of the usual suspects (e.g., Coachella or Lollapalooza). It takes place in the city-as-playground of Las Vegas, a place that obviously already has many mechanisms in place for partying and entertainment, because it essentially exists […]
Life Is Beautiful took over Downtown Las Vegas this past weekend, with headlining sets from Stevie Wonder, Kendrick Lamar, and Imagine Dragons. Snoop Dogg, Duran Duran, Weezer, Major Lazer, and a slew of other artists performed as well. Photographer Mallory Turner caught up with some of the acts backstage; check out her portraits above.
"This ain't no En Vogue concert, this is a Stevie concert!"
The Life Is Beautiful Music & Art Festival is bringing superstars, cult favorites, and rising talent to downtown Las Vegas this weekend. Among the lineup’s highlights: Stevie Wonder, Kendrick Lamar, Run The Jewels, Future Islands, Duran Duran, Snoop Dogg, Weezer, Chance The Rapper, Atmosphere, Brandon Flowers, Dan Deacon, Against Me!, Best Coast, and Death Cab […]
I am not one for a festival, but I never say no to Las Vegas. No, there will not be any camping. I am staying near the Life is Beautiful festival, where Kendrick Lamar and Stevie Wonder are slated to perform, among many others, and enjoying the glamour. Read the full post Top 5 Life is Beautiful Festival Bags: What Happens in Vegas… which appeared first on Snob Essentials.
The Life Is Beautiful Festival descends upon downtown Las Vegas this weekend, and along with it the likes of Stevie Wonder, Kendrick Lamar, Death Cab For Cutie, Run The Jewels, and — oh, yeah — Stereogum. We and our SpinMedia Group affiliates Spin and Vibe have collaborated with Toyota on the Toyota Music Den, where […]
Stevie Wonder: "Tuesday Heartbreak"
The CBS special 'Stevie Wonder: Songs in the Key of Life - An All-Star Grammy Salute' won an award for Outstanding Music Direction at the 2015 Emmy Awards on Sunday (Sept. 20). Continue reading…
Susan Strack says the superstar is violating an agreement he made with her dead husband—to the tune of $7 million.
L. LONDELL MCMILLAN is well known as an entertainment lawyer who has represented Prince, Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder, Chaka Khan, Usher, Kanye West and many others. McMillan is also a noted community activist and publisher of The Source and Jones magazines. Show More Summary
Marc Benioff’s big address to the thousands gathered for his Salesforce annual conference Wednesday featured Hawaiian conch-blowing, a Stevie Wonder performance, and a guy dressed like a lightning bolt.But for all the showmanship, the two-hour presentation boiled down to pure business. Show More Summary