When Wonder visited David Letterman over at the Late Show he didn’t just perform a few songs, he also did a little bit. Namely, a Top 10 list on the advantages of going blind.
After a quick tribute during the GRAMMYs telecast, Stevie Wonder got an all-star salute.
Dave Grohl, Gwyneth Paltrow and Smokey Robinson will also be on hand giving awards out at the big show.
The Band Perry, Ariana Grande, Lady Gaga and John Legend will perform during the GRAMMY homage to Wonder, which airs Feb. 16 on CBS.
Most people would agree that Stevie Wonder is an icon—except Stevie Wonder.
The tour kicks off March 17 in Denver.
Chris Martin, Willie Nelson, Ed Sheeran, Usher to Perform at All-Star GRAMMY Salute to Stevie Wonder
The all-star concert will take place two nights after the 57th Annual GRAMMY Awards.
Shortly after the 57th GRAMMYs wrap up, the GRAMMY Awards will salute one of its frequent winners.
Stevie Wonder hit the stage in Seattle to play his classic album, Songs in the Key of Life, in full, with a few things to say about the current state of America.
There was a real sense of occasion to this show: it felt unique to not hear him perform “Higher Ground,” “Signed, Sealed, Delivered,” “Master Blaster” and some of his other huge hits. Also unique was the opportunity to hear lesser played ones like “Joy Inside My Tears,” “All Day Sucker” and “Ordinary Pain”