“Happy Birthday” is a 1981 single written, produced and performed by Stevie Wonder for the Motown label. Wonder, a social activist, was one of the main figures in the campaign to have the birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr. become a national holiday, and created this single to make the cause known. Besides being released as a single, the song also appears on Wonder’s album Hotter Than July.
Continue reading VIBES from the VAULT: #MLK Day: #StevieWonder ‘Happy Birthday’ [vid]
Wake it up! The start of a new year…a ‘BRAND NEW DAY’. No better way to begin than with Sting and Stevie Wonder LIVE!
Continue reading WAKE UP JAM: #Sting & #StevieWonder ‘Brand New Day’ [live]
We continue with our 12 JAMS of Christmas roll-out with a beautiful rendition of a TIMELESS classic with a new twist—Stevie Wonder brought in Andra Day for his rendition of, ‘Someday at Christmas’ !!
Continue reading 12 JAMS of Christmas: #StevieWonder & #AndraDay ‘Someday at Christmas’ [live]
Stand Up To Cancer is airing tonight (September 7) starting at 7 p.m. EST / 4 p.m. PST, and you watch watch the live stream right here!
It’s #Up2Us: Stand Up To Cancer | The Digital Live Show begins live from the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, Calif. at 7 p.m. EST / 4 p.m. PST, followed by the 2018 Stand Up To Cancer Telecast.
The Digital Live Show will be co-hosted by Max Greenfield, Tyler Posey and Brenda Song and features stars like Stevie Wonder, Uzo Aduba, Katie Couric, Maddie Ziegler and Olivia Holt.
In an effort to empower a new generation to Stand Up To Cancer, this first-of-its-kind show will stream on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube in a proactive new way! WATCH BELOW! Continue reading WATCH: #StandUp2Cancer LIVE! #Up2Us [livestream]
Music icon Stevie Wonder was the final speaker and performer to say goodbye to the “Queen of Soul,” as the world honoured Aretha Franklin and her life in Detroit. Continue reading #ArethaHomegoing: #StevieWonder CLOSES OUT the ceremony with an emotional TRIBUTE! [vid]
Stevie Wonder is probably one of the GREATEST LIVING LEGENDS of our TIME! His work, his talent and his SPIRIT is UNMATCHED. Did Ya Know that Wonder recorded upwards of 200 songs in the making of his CLASSIC, ‘Songs In The Key of Life’!??
In April of 1974, Stevie Wonder stunned the music world by announcing that he was moving to Ghana at a press conference in Los Angeles. Wonder, who had developed a growing interest in charity work, also pledged to donate the profits from an upcoming nationwide tour to the Minisink Townhouse non-profit and their work with children in Africa. It seems he was embarking on a period of deep self-reflection and questioning what he could offer the world beyond his music. “I believe that you have to give unselfishly. You can sing about things and talk about things, but if your actions don’t speak louder than your words, you’re nothing,” Wonder told Jet magazine in a 1974 interview.
Continue reading Did Ya Know?? #StevieWonder RECORDED over 200 songs in 2.5 years for ‘Songs In The Key of Life’