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Watch Stevie Wonder’s ‘Hotter Than July’ documentary that follows Wonders 1980/1981 American Tour!
PunchBowl sat down with John Legend during his whirlwind promo trip recently.
We asked him about:
- His current collaboration with The Roots
- Working with Kanye West once again
- His thoughts on the X Factor
- Hs artist, Estelle’s latest project
- His REAL thoughts on Lindsay Lohan
- Performing with Stevie Wonder
Plus lots lots more….
A stunning Leona Lewis took to the stage to perform the Eurythmics’ classic “Sweet Dreams” at yesterday’s Stand Up To Cancer 2010 epic telethon event. The X Factor winner put in a stunning rendition of the track, although appeared to be drowned out by her celeb backing singers halfway through.
Look out for Stevie Wonder playing the piano!
VH1 crafted and broadcast a comprehensive list of the 100 Greatest Artists of All Time.
Jay-Z was the highest ranking Hip-Hop artist at No. 47. Wife Beyonce was also made the list at 52.
Madonna was the only female artist tp make it to the top 20.
Check out the full list under the cut.
Two living musical legends, Stevie Wonder & Prince made a rare collaboration onstage in Paris earlier this week. Prince joined Stevie during his amazing rendition of “Superstition” and performed on guitar for the entire 9 minute jam session!
Stevie Wonder at Hard Rock Calling
Stevie Wonder ‘We Love You Michael Jackson’
Stevie Wonder performs ‘Human Nature’ by Michael Jackson
Stevie Wonder led a rousing tribute to Michael Jackson as he performed on the second day of Hard Rock Calling.
The Superstition star, headlining the Main Stage of the festival at Hyde Park in London, sang: “We love you Michael Jackson, we love your music Michael,” to the tune of Master Blaster (Jammin’) on the first anniversary of the late King of Pop’s death – and was joined by the 50,000 strong crowd.
Halfway through his 90-minute set, he played the harmonica to Michael’s track, Human Nature.
Go under the cut for more performances and check out pictures of Corrine Bailey Rae, Sarah Harding and Jamiroquai at the event.
Jackson’s long-time friend Stevie Wonder paid a visit to his tomb this past weekend in Forest Lawn Cemetery in Glendale, Calif.
According to Wonder’s rep, the musician was there to visit his mother’s grave and took the opportunity to pay his respects to Jackson also.
Wonder and Jackson had been friends since they were both signed with Motown records, and later did some collaborations together.
June 25th will mark the one-year anniversary of the death of Michael Jackson.
Not sure when this took place but check out Robin Thicke and Stevie Wonder on the Steve Harvey show. Robin provides the vocals and Stevie plays the harmonica for a colloboration at the end.
Taken from Hattie Collins
Stevie Wonder is set to headline the last night of Glastonbury Festival, founder Michael Eavis has revealed.
The festival, which runs from June 23 to June 27, had already confirmed U2 as headliners for the Friday night of this year’s event.
Speaking at the Event Production Show at Olympia; Eavis revealed that Indie rockers Muse would headline on the Saturday night.
This year Glastonbury celebrates its 40th birthday.
In 2009 Glastonbury donated £2million to charity as a result of money raised through producing the festival.
We may just have to dig out our wellies for Stevie!
BET Honors premiered last night. The show recognised the accomplishments of Whitney Houston, Queen Latifah and Diddy.
Higlights included Diddy’s moving speech about his mother (above) and performances from Jennifer Hudson, Kim Burrell, Stevie Wonder with Trey Songz and Mary J Blige!
Check them out under the cut.
At the Monster Cable awards show in Las Vegas John Legend surprised everyone by bringing out none other than Stevie Wonder to perform ‘Ordinary People’ – Legends hit from debut album ‘Get Lifted’
Something to get you in the holiday spirit!
Melanie Fiona covers Stevie Wonder’s ‘Someday at Christmas’ accompanied by Brian McKnight on piano.