This day in 1983 was the taping of the Motown 25 TV special. It was a great night, with performances from Stevie Wonder, a reunion for the Supremes, and a rare TV appearance from Marvin Gaye. But it was also an important night, because it was witness to a huge transformation. Show More Summary
Right around the release of his album "Talking Book," Stevie and his Wonderlove entourage appeared on a WNET New York show ”devoted entirely to and aimed at the metropolitan area’s black community. Read the rest
Stevie Wonder Pepsi Center Denver, CO March 17, 2015 Is there anybody that doesn't like Stevie Wonder? Go ahead, I dare you, tell me how you don't like Stevie Wonder. Then go chase those kids off your lawn. For the legion of Stevie Wonder fans, it's fortunate that he goes out on the road every once...
Barack Obama used "Signed, Sealed Delivered," by Stevie Wonder. Mitt Romney used "Born Free," by Kid Rock. George W. Bush used "I Won't Back Down," by Tom Petty. The campaign song creates a particular mood at a stump speech -- ideally one of confidence, hope and patriotism. Show More Summary
Back in the fall of 1976, I lived in an apartment two blocks from Boston's Museum of Fine Arts on Huntington Ave. I was back at college that fall after working at The New York Times in the spring on...
Sometimes less is more - and such is the case with Philip George's Wish You Were Mine. There aren't many lyrics to this song. Just the refrain from Stevie Wonder's classic My Cherie Amour and some killer production. And that's all you need! This song gives Boo Boo Kitty some milk!! Drink it up above! Then CLICK HERE to listen [...]
The April 18th ceremony will also feature Patti Smith, Fall Out Boy and John Mayer as presenters.
Patti Smith & Lou Reed The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony happens April 18 in Cleveland this year, and performers have now been announced. Beck, Dave Grohl, Tom Morello, John Legend and more are set to perform,...
NEW YORK (AP) — Paul McCartney has agreed to induct his former Beatles mate, Ringo Starr, into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame next month. Stevie Wonder, Patti Smith and John Mayer will also usher in new members, the hall announced on Wednesday. Show More Summary
• Fred Cole (born August 28, 1948) started his musical career in Las Vegas at the age of 15 with a project called Deep Soul Cole (billed as the "White Stevie Wonder") and a band called the Lords, which recorded a single, "Ain't Got No Self Respect," before disbanding in 1964. Show More Summary
Last night on Letterman (via Jaltcoh):Half a century ago:
Stevie Wonder was the subject of a Twitter Trending Topic today when TMZ poked fun at his vision problems by asking him to hold a camera. Continue reading…
Stevie Wonder appeared on Late Show With David Letterman, where he ended up ranking the Top 10 advantages of being blind, in an amusing segment. Watch: The post Stevie Wonder Ranks the Top 10 Advantages of Being Blind (VIDEO) appeared first on Rickey - Entertainment News and Videos.
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Legendary musician's Letterman appearance also included performances of "I Wish" and "Fingertips Pt. 2".
Neeson isn't happy when monkeys decide to jump on the bed. read more
Imagine hitting up the weekly jazz show at Riviera 31 in Beverly Hills and seeing Stevie Wonder take the stage with the house band -- or if you were there Monday night, you don't have to imagine... it happened! That's the once-in-a-lifetime…
Covering the case of one of the most prolific serial killers for 8 years gave Stevie Cameron unmatched access to the entire shocking story as it unfolded. In ON THE FARM, you will read of Pickton's early years and wonder if anything he experienced could ever explain what he later committed. Show More Summary
Some time ago, Stevie Wonder put together an adventurous album called Journey Through the Secret Life of Plants.It was an interesting listen, but nothing quite like this. A new study arrived at the fairly gruesome conclusion that plants can feel insects eat them alive. Show More Summary
A lawsuit says that the blind singer was read out loud the terms of an agreement that gave 6 percent of royalties in perpetuity to Johanan Vigoda and heirs. read more