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‘Happy Birthday’ to the Legendary Stevie Wonder


Stevie Wonder, named Steveland Judkins/ Morris was born on May 13, 1950, Saginaw, Michigan.

On September 1, 1962, Stevie Wonder released his debut studio album The Jazz Soul of Little Stevie Wonder.

In March of 1972, Stevie Wonder's album 'Music of My Mind' was released, as the album marked the beginning of his "classic period."

Steve Wonder would earn his first Grammy Award in March of 1974, as the legendary singer now holds 25 Grammy Awards.

Stevie Wonder reached the peak of his fame during the 1980's after the release of his projects

Stevie Wonder would recorded the soundtrack album for the movie 'The Woman in Red' in 1984

Stevie Wonder became the youngest person to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame at 38-years

Stevie Wonder was given the NAACP Image Awards Hall of Fame award

Stevie Wonder, the Motown legend, recently received an honorary doctorate from Wayne State University on March 7, 2022.