Stevie Wonder: Rhythms of Wonder
Author: Sharon Davis
Publication date : 2003 / 2006
Robson Press / Anova Books
The story of one of the most celebrated talents in contemporary music, with a track-by-track examination of his career. Winner of 19 Grammy Awards and a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Stevie Wonder has been a dominant figure in contemporary music for over three decades. He shot to fame at the age of twelve, astonishing music fans with his number-one hit, "Fingertips–Part 2." In the years since that jaw-dropping debut, Wonder has proved himself to be a star of rare talent, producing a string of hit singles - including "Superstition" and "You Are the Sunshine of My Life" - as well as classic albums, making him one of the most successful artists of the 20th century. Blind from birth, Wonder has used his fame and talent to raise funds for charities and promote civil rights. Here, Sharon Davis, Wonder's former publicist, gives us an assessment of the career of one of music's indisputable geniuses.
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