Stevie Wonder

Stevie Wonder Added As Hangout Music Fest Headliner


Stevie Wonder will play Hangout this May

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Review: Stevie Wonder at the Scope Arena in Norfolk


Stevie Wonder performed a special off-tour show for the Obama campaign.

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Free Webcast Tonight: Stevie Wonder, Sting, Paul Simon


Stevie Wonder and many of his famous friends will perform at the UN tonight.

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Paul Simon Duets With Daughter Lulu, Wife Edie, Sting, James Taylor, Ruben Blades, Stevie Wonder and More at Benefit


Watch Paul Simon perform with a myriad of legends and family members at Radio City Music Hall.

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Can I Get A ‘Roo ‘Roo: Bonnaroo Day 3

Bonnaroo can be such an exhausting adventure and Saturday was no exception. With a heat index nearly to 100, one had to do whatever could be done to avoid the heat. Sitting at the ...

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Pullin’ ‘Tubes: Bonnaroo Week ’10

Back in 2002, the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival’s inaugural edition played host to around 50 mostly jam-oriented bands across four stages on a 700-acre farm about an hour southeast of Nashville, TN. Now in ...

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Cover Wars: Baby Don’t You Do It Edition

Last week, our guest Cover Wars author Andy Kahn mentioned that many people incorrectly think that Jeff Buckley penned Hallelujah when in fact it is the work of Leonard Cohen. Similarly this week, ...

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The B List: 10 Classic Clavinet-Fueled Songs

From the first time I heard Stevie Wonder's Higher Ground and Superstition, I've always been a huge fan of the clavinet. This electric keyboard manufactured by the Hohner company produces a funky sound that adds ...

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Epic Concerts Coming to MSG in October

Most of our readers will probably be in Indio on October 29th and 30th, but if you won’t be seeing Phish at their first festival since Coventry, you should think about heading to the Big ...

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Best of Cover Wars: Boogie On Edition

[Originally Published: February 26, 2008, CLICK TO SEE WHO WON] This week features six artists competing for the best cover of Stevie Wonder’s Boogie On Reggae Woman. This song comes to us off the ...

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Monday’s Hors d’Oeuvres: Lollapalooza on TV

We’re less than two weeks from the start of Lollapalooza 2008, and we’ve got two exciting pieces of news to share about the three-day blowout. First, rumors are swirling about an Obama appearance at the ...

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Hors d’Oeuvres: Bowie’s Favorite Bowie Songs

David Bowie put together a list of his favorite songs that he wrote for Sunday’s Daily Mail. Instead of picking his greatest hits The Thin White Duke dug deep through his catalog for some choice ...

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Tour Dates: Kiedis Curated Fest

It’s been awhile since we’ve given you a festival announcement around these parts, but old habits die hard and we thought the inaugural New American Music Union Festival was worth mentioning. The fest which is ...

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AfterNews: Stevie Wonder’s Summer Tour

After a successful return to the road last year, Stevie Wonder is gearing up for another summer tour. So far only four gigs have been announced, be we agree with Brooklyn Vegan that these dates ...

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Friday’s Leftovers: The Bass Of Doom

After nearly 20 years the holy grail of electric basses, Jaco Pastorius’ Bass of Doom, turned up in New York City recently. Bass Player Magazine’s Chris Jisi got to play the magnificent beast along with ...

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