Stevie Wonder

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Stevie Wonder (1950–), born Steveland Judkins, is a multi-platinum selling, critically acclaimed soul, funk and R&B recording artist. At the age of twelve, Stevie was signed up for Tamla-Motown as 'Little Stevie Wonder', and had a string of hits. He eventually managed to branch on his own with a more experimental funk-soul sound, producing albums of his own: Music of My Mind, Talking Book, Fulfillingness' First Finale, Innervisions and Songs in the Key of Life. Wonder has received numerous awards: twenty-four Grammies, induction into the Songwriters Hall of Fame[1] and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame[2].

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  1. Songwriters Hall of Fame, Stevie Wonder
  2. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Stevie Wonder