Stevie Wonder

Singer Stevie Wonder Undergoing Kidney Transplant Operation

LOS ANGELES (KNX 1070) Stevie Wonder surprised concertgoers in London Saturday night by announcing that he will take a break from performing so that he can receive a kidney transplant this fall. The 69-year-old music legend made the announcement after performing "Superstition" at the end of a...
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Today In Music History 10.15.18

Time to get your brain ready for music consumption...It's Today in Music History!
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Stevie Wonder, Faith Hill Among All-Star Lineup For Franklin

NEW YORK (AP) — An all-star lineup that includes Stevie Wonder, Faith Hill, Jennifer Hudson, Fantasia, Shirley Caesar and many more will perform at Aretha Franklin's funeral next week. The Queen of Soul's service will be held in Detroit on Aug. 31. Also slated to perform are Ron Isley, Chaka Khan,...
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Stevie Wonder, Jesse Jackson Visit Ailing Aretha Franklin

By MESFIN FEKADU, AP Music Writer NEW YORK (AP) — Stevie Wonder visited an ailing Aretha Franklin at her home in Detroit on Tuesday. Franklin's publicist Gwendolyn Quinn told The Associated Press on Tuesday that the Rev. Jesse Jackson and Franklin's ex-husband, actor Glynn Turman, also visited the...
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Janet Jackson

Today in Music History 05.15.18

The Pointer Sisters strike out on their own, Run DMC grabs Aerosmith for "Walk This Way," and Janet Jackson has her biggest #1 ever!
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Backstreet Boys

Today in Music History 04.12.18

Let's start on this day in 1969, when the 5th Dimension hit #1 with "Aquarius/Let the Sunshine In." It would hold the top spot for 6 weeks. Video of The 5th Dimension Age of Aquarius 1969 Stevie Wonder became one of the first contemporary music stars to appear on "Sesame Street." It happened on...
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Brian Johnson

Today in Music History 03.29.18

Dr. Hook are on the cover of Rolling Stone Magazine just like their song, Brian Johnson joins AC/DC, "Rock Me Amadeus" hits #1 and Sir Paul and Stevie Wonder do "Ebony and Ivory."
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