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He started out as a wonder, a prodigy on the harmonica. He would eventually become one of the best piano players ever recorded. Stevie Wonder came along during the 60's, tore up the 70's and 80's, and is still going strong today.
Stevie Wonder was actually named Stevie Judkins and was born blind. His parents split when he was four years old and he would eventually move to Detroit, Michigan. It was here where the young Wonder's life would change. It was in Detroit where Motown founder and chief Berry Gordy discovered the talented youngster. He was signed and given the name, 'Little Stevie Wonder'. Legend has it that producer Mickey Stevenson gave Wonder his name from when the first time he seen him play that 'he was a little boy wonder'.
Stevie Wonder's first number one hit on Motown came on his album 'Recorded Live: The 12 Year Old Genius'. The song was titled 'Fingertips (Pt. 2) and featured Wonder playing the harmonica and bongos and also featured Marvin Gaye on drums. This was the record that brought him to the mainstream and he has not stopped since. He would record through the 60's and also had a cameo in the Frankie Avalon and Annette Funicello movie 'Muscle Beach Party'. He would go on to have 30 US Top 10 hits and win 22 Grammys, the most by a male solo artist.
The early 1970's were the classic years for Wonder as this was the time period that he recorded his best music. His album 'Talking Book' featured grammy award winning hits 'Superstition' and 'You Are The Sunshine Of My Life'. He would also tour with The Rolling Stones during this time. Other hits were 'Higher Ground' and 'Living For The City'. His last major hit was in the early 80's with 'I Just Called To Say I Love You'.
These days sees a lighter schedule for Wonder but when he does make an appearance it is for something special. He has a Legends Award from the Grammys, a Monterrey Jazz Festival Spirit award (one of only four people to do so), and in 2009 was awarded the Gershwin Award by President Barack Obama for his musical contributions to the United States.