Stevie Wonder (real name Stevland Hardaway Morris) is an American musician who has been performing professionally since he was 11, when he signed with Motown Records. He was born blind as a consequence of premature birth, but it didn’t stop him from becoming one of the most successful solo artists in history. His first single, “Fingertips—Part 2,” was released in 1963 (when he was just 13) and immediately topped the U.S. charts. His full debut album was released later that year, reaching #1 on the Billboard 200.

Over the course of his career, Wonder has released over 20 solo albums, plus several compilation albums, and over 30 top ten hits. He has also received 25 Grammy awards, the most by any solo artist ever, including a Lifetime Achievement award presented in 1996. Wonder continues to perform around the country, most recently in the summer/fall of 2009.

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Following Friday’s frenzy of major concerts heading on sale, the week begins with an equally eclectic mix of concerts hitting the market. Leading the way are Sting and Shaggy, who are hitting the road this fall on their co-headlining 44/876 Tour in support of their joint album of the... Read more
Stevie Wonder Song Party Will Celebrate Life, Love This Summer
Legendary singer, songwriter, musician and producer Stevie Wonder has announced a limited engagement concert series this summer that will span across four cities. The series, dubbed “The Stevie Wonder Song Party: A Celebration of Life, Love & Music,” will kick-off in Las Vegas, Nevada on August 3. After five... Read more
“Wonder Blunder” Promoter Gets Five Year Sentence for Fraud
A concert promoter who swindled the University of Hawaii by promising a Stevie Wonder concert he had no ability to make happen was handed a 57-month sentence on Friday in U.S> District Court, according to the Associated Press. Mark Hubbard had tried to claw back his guilty verdict related... Read more
“Wonder Blunder” Promoter Tries to Withdraw Plea, Claims Mob Fears
In an unusual twist to what had played out as a very familiar story in the live entertainment world, a the promoter tied to the University of Hawaii “Wonder Blunder” is trying to withdraw his guilty plea in the case. The reason? He claims the plea stemmed from a... Read more
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With less than a week away from game one of the 2017 World Series, just under half of Top 20 sales went to last night’s games, remaining Championship Series games, and predictions for the World Series. LA fans are still most sure their team will be there, taking the... Read more
Market Heat Report: Concerts Make a Comeback
The event ticket marketplace has been particularly sporty as of late- with baseball wrapping up, football getting in gear, and basketball on the horizon. The NFL still saw a remarkable number of spots today, but for the first time in a long time, music events are the star of... Read more
Market Heat Report: US Open Tennis Takes Over
The US Open Tennis Championship in Flushing, New York is underway, and record-breaking matches are bringing fans from all over the world to see the action. Seven spots on the top 20 went to various matches in this weekend’s third round, next weekend’s semifinals, and the mid-week quarterfinals in between.... Read more
Tickets to catch the upcoming national tour from Jason Mraz as well as tickets for upcoming concerts from Stevie Wonder are on sale throughout the weekend ending May 18 as compiled by Ticket News. The weekend onsales begin today with tickets for the next round of the NBA playoffs.... Read more
Stevie Wonder, who returned to the concert trail last year after a 12-year hiatus, kicks off a summer tour on June 18 in Wantagh, NY, concluding his brief 14-date North American outing on July 12 in Vancouver, BC. Wonder’s latest album, 2005’s “A Time to Love,” was also his... Read more