’Switched On Pop’ talked to PJ about what it’s like “to work with his heroes” and what he thinks about “overlooked modern classics from Stevie Wonder and Nas” who collab on his new album ‘Watch The Sun. ’
On top of making his mark in the music industry with his innovations in the R&B genre, Stevie Wonder is a father of nine kids. The “Superstition” singer has stepped out for rare appearances with his children over the years, some of whom are also entertainers. Stevie first...
5 special moments from the LDF's National Equal Justice Awards Dinner. The Legal Defense Fund is back celebrating truth-tellers and justice fighters at its annual awards ceremony after a two-year hiatus due to COVID-19. On Tuesday, at the 34th National Equal Justice Awards Dinner at Lincoln Center in New York...
LOS ANGELES — It’s not typical for American icons to weigh in on the race for Los Angeles County Sheriff, but then again, this is not your typical race. At a fundraiser in Santa Monica, Stevie Wonder endorsed Lt. Eric Strong for Sheriff. Wonder comparing Strong to a...
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From one legend to another. Rita Moreno caught Steve Wonder by surprise when she serenaded him at the Legal Defense Fund’s 34th National Equal Justice Awards Dinner at Jazz at Lincoln Center on Tuesday. The EGOT winner presented Wonder, who turns 72 on Friday, with the LFD Inaugural Icon Award and surprised him with an impromptu performance of his “Happy Birthday” song before she left the stage. “The crowd got on their feet and everyone sang to him. It was like a birthday chorus,” a guest at the gala told Page Six. Wonder created his version of “Happy Birthday,” often...
Happy Birthday to Stevie Wonder, who turns 72 today (May 13th)!!! 2021 saw Stevie Wonder' duet with Elton John on “Finish Line,” from Elton's latest album, The Lockdown Sessions. The video, which features new and archival footage of people of all creeds, races, and denominations celebrating the big moments in life, also includes vintage shots of Elton and Wonder from back in the 1970's.
Stevie Wonder speaks out against ongoing 'assault' on civil liberties: 'America is at a time of crisis'
Stevie Wonder is sounding the alarm about deteriorating civil rights in America.
(CNN) — Stevie Wonder is sounding the alarm about deteriorating civil rights in America. The Grammy winner gave an impassioned speech in defense of civil rights on Tuesday night, while being honored with the Icon Award during the NAACP Legal Defense Fund’s 34th National Equal Justice Awards Dinner.