Wednesday, 22 June 2011

Stevie Wonder made his debut at the Apollo Theater at the age of 12

Stevie Wonder at the Apollo Theatre at age 12 years and it has started it did not go well he recalled earlier this week.

Now Wonder 61 years old, said, "I remember the first time I came to the Apollo I was so nervous playing the bongos. Would you believe it? I dropped the bongos."

Motown's Berry Gordy onstage scare was scolded for Wonder, said Wonder, who responded, "Yeah, but I sang the song real good."

The music features a number of cherished memories were awarded Monday by the theater, where he kicked her out and award-winning career was one of.

Monday, 13 June 2011

Stevie Wonder scheduled to be include into the Apollo Legends Hall of Fame

Saginaw is one of famous local sons Stevie Wonder scheduled to be include into the Apollo Legends Hall of Fame on Monday, June 13.

The country's most famous Apollo Theater in New York City is one of the most near and associated with black artists.

Wonder last Hall of Famers include one of the roster includes Michael Jackson, Aretha Franklin, Gladys Knight and the Pips, Smokey Robinson and others.

Wonder is slated to perform at the ceremony with Melanie Fiona, Raphael Saadiq, Yolanda Adams and Take 6.

Wednesday, 1 June 2011

Stevie Wonder will receive the Spirit of Hope Award

Stevie Wonder will working to receive the Spirit of Hope Award from the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation on October 29.

Syreeta Wright was a first wife of Wonder, who died from complications resulting from breast cancer.

Michelle Cole, communications coordinator for the foundation in the fight against cancer help appreciated surprise.

"Stevie Wonder has actively pursued numerous philanthropic endeavors throughout his illustrious career. Stevie Wonder's past efforts embody the true spirit of hope."

Wonder himself had praised the Chief for the basis.

"Cancer has touched someone in all of our lives. It is my hope that, by continuing to raise awareness and research funds through events like this, we can play a role in helping the MMRF bring patients new treatments that will extend their lives."

Lance Armstrong, Sharon Osbourne, Diana Krall and Cindy Crawford are the previous recipients for the awards.