For his 17th annual House Full of Toys concert, Stevie recruited ome of his favorite new artists including Bruno Mars for a night filled with music and giving.
“We have this technology and all the various ways of communication now greater than ever before, but it gets down to how do we use these things? Do we use them to uplift people or do we use them to bring down people, depress people to create more negativity?” – Stevie Wonder
On December 15, Stevie Wonder is headlining his 17th annual House Full Of Toys benefit concert at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live. Tomorrow morning (November 30), he’s talking about the show with our friends at K-EARTH in L.A. To listen to the interview, live, go to Radio.com.
“I just remember his friendship, his kindness,” Wonder told the crowd at LA’s Nokia Theatre last night (November 18). “And I remember his love for music, his love for people.”
This Sunday’s live show will mark the event’s 40th anniversary and will showcase a tribute to Dick Clark by soul legend Stevie Wonder.
“The extreme right that feels everything they say are right and that God means it to be this way and that this is the way it is, are no different than the Taliban.” – Stevie Wonder
In hopes to get voters pumped for Obama, the singer has released a new song called “Keep Moving Forward.”
“I am so thankful that The Almighty gave me the honor of being blind. Now many would say, ‘How can he say that?’ I can say it because through being blind, I’ve been blessed with being able to really see people, not for the color of their skin, not for what they wear, not how they looked at me or what impression they had of me, but by the spirit in their hearts.” — Stevie Wonder
We’ve come up with ten spooky-ish songs that are classic yet not total novelty tracks.
In celebration of the 67th anniversary of the UN’s founding, Wonder and famous pals including Sting and Paul Simon will perform this Wednesday.