Watch Chris Stapleton, Stevie Wonder, Jimmy Buffett and more pay homage to the late artist.
Papa Wemba, a musician, actor and fashion icon who collaborated with Stevie Wonder, achieved fame and fandom far beyond the reaches of his native Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The musician—born Shungu Wembadio Pene Kikumba in 1949...Show More Summary
The indelible mark Prince left on music rippled well into the weekend, with tributes and remembrances from the likes of Rihanna, Stevie Wonder, Bruce Springsteen and the sum total of CoachellaSaturday Night Live honored the late artist...Show More Summary
Stevie Wonder tearfully remembered his dear friend, Prince, during an interview with CNN's Anderson Cooper on Thursday night (April 21). Continue reading…
So, so sad… Stevie Wonder Fights Back Tears Over Prince On CNN today Stevie Wonder almost had a breakdown when Anderson Cooper asked him to perform an impromptu Prince tribute. “I’d probably break down right now if I had to,”
Prince always had superpowers. You only had to witness him picking up a guitar or sitting down at a keyboard to know it. His voice could encompass Curtis Mayfield, Stevie Wonder, and Mick Jagger, while remaining recognizable as its own thing. Show More Summary
Yesterday, news broke that Prince has passed away. Artists and musicians offered up their tributes to the Purple One via social media all day, and the remembrances continue to pour in. Today, President Barack Obama, who eulogized the musician in a lengthy Facebook post yesterday, commented on his death once more. Show More Summary
Ever since the passing of Prince, we’ve read one tribute after another to the legendary singer. There was the touching message from Will Smith and a few very poignant words from Justin Timberlake. But Stevie Wonder appeared on CNN with...Show More Summary
It's entirely possible to be a massive Prince fan — to recognize him as the most influential musician since James Brown and the most dexterous since Stevie Wonder — and still admit that he never quite cracked his ambition to be a movie star. His three fictional films — the...
The world lost an artist on Thursday, but musician Stevie Wonder also lost a close friend and musical partner. After the death of singer and musical icon Prince, Wonder spoke to CNN from the heart about his friend's legacy and reflected the sadness permeating music fans around the world. SEE ALSO: Leslie Odom Jr. Show More Summary
"I think I would probably break down if I do a song right now."
The last music purchases Prince made were eminently cool, of course. On Saturday, the late musician visited the Electric Fetus in Minneapolis in support of Record Store Day. Here are the six CDs he bought: 1. Stevie Wonder, Talking Book 2. Chambers Brothers, The Time Has Come 3. Joni Mitchell, Hejira ... More »
"I think I would probably break down if I do a song right now," he told CNN's Anderson Cooper
In 1999, Prince told Larry King that Stevie Wonder was one of his earliest influences, especially "for the way that he crafted music and his connection to the spirit." Last night, almost two decades later, Wonder joined CNN's Anderson Cooper to have a similar conversation, but under sadder circumstances. "I ... More »
Throughout Thursday, Prince's countless fans, friends and peers were still trying to make sense of the icon's untimely death, taking to media, social and otherwise, to pay homage. That evening, Stevie Wonder opened up about his friend during an interview from his home via satellite with CNN's Anderson Cooper 360. The clip above opens...
Stevie Wonder is opening up about the shocking death of his friend Prince. The 65-year-old singer appeared on Anderson Cooper 360 live via satellite on Thursday night (April 21) to discuss the news and pay tribute to Prince with a piano rendition of “Purple Rain.” “Well, it’s a heartbreak and I was shocked. I didn’t [...]
The Mindy Project left us around the holidays looking like Danny and Mindy were headed for a split. In a fun four-minute montage set to Stevie Wonder’s version of “We Can Work It Out,” the show (in this episode written by Mindy Kaling and Matt Warburton), ably demonstrates how the relationship finally disintegrated for good. Show More Summary
To my beautiful son. My best boy. I'm not sure where I put it but I know there exist a few paragraphs in a letter I started writing you when you had yet to be born. You were growing in my belly, I was playing you Stevie Wonder via headphone in the navel and things were rosy until they weren't anymore. Show More Summary
The R&B survivor released three acclaimed albums before his 21st birthday and turned down David Bowie and Stevie Wonder. Then he disappeared. Forty years of addiction and menial jobs later, he’s back with a new record ‘I heard some people heard I’d died. Show More Summary
In the last 40 years, we have yet to produce an artist as gifted, socially relevant and vulnerable as Steve Wonder. The post The Wonder of Stevie Wonder appeared first on The Good Men Project.