Stevie Wonder will be honored with ‘Stevie Wonder: Songs in the Key of Life – An All-Star GRAMMY Salute’ on CBS.
Stevie Wonder hit the stage in Seattle to play his classic album, Songs in the Key of Life, in full, with a few things to say about the current state of America.
He challenged the audience to make the world accessible for those with handicaps, and to fight racism. He also called out the N.R.A.
The news of two new albums from the music legend comes as he’s about to embark on a tour based around his 1976 landmark release, ‘Songs in the Key of Life.’
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The tour, produced and promoted by Live Nation, will kick off Nov. 6 in New York City at Madison Square Garden.
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