Stevie Wonder

South African Radio Stations Pull Stevie Wonder’s Music Over Support For Mandela

Mar. 26, 2014 by

STEVIE WONDER BANNED FROM SOUTH AFRICAN RADIO STATIONS!

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Stevie Wonder Performs “Dark & Lovely” In 1988 To Protest South Africa

Mar. 26, 2014 by

South African radio stations may have banned Stevie Wonder’s music today (March 26, 1985), but that did not stop the singer from his protesting the government over their treatment of blacks in the country. Stevie had already been arrested outside

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YA: 20 INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT STEVIE WONDER

Feb. 9, 2014 by

Today, legendary singer Stevie Wonder is celebrating his 63rd birthday. Stevie, who was born in Saginaw, Michigan (May 13, 1950) lost his eyesight shortly after he was born. His mother moved from Saginaw, to Detroit in the early 1950s, after

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Stevie Wonder Performing “That Girl” Live At His Birthday Party

May. 13, 2013 by

In 2008, Stevie wonder through the crowd with a rousing performance of his classic single “that girl,” during a birthday party celebration in New York. Hundreds of revelers join Stevie wonder for his acapella rendition of the legendary song. Check

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STEVIE WONDER ARRESTED PROTESTING SOUTH AFRICAN EMBASSY IN D.C.

Feb. 23, 2013 by

Stevie Wonder was arrested today (February 23, 1985), for demonstrating against the South African embassy in Washington D.C. Stevie Wonder and others were protesting the South African embassy, over their policies towards apartheid in South Africa. Stevie Wonder and an