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Stevie Wonder

Wonder, Stevie (Stevland Judkins, or Morris; 1950– ), U.S. composer, keyboard player, and singer of popular music, leading Motown musician of the 1970s. “Little Stevie Wonder”'s first recorded hit, “Fingertips,” became number 1 on the pop charts when he was 13. Among his many successful albums was Songs in the Key of Life (1976). His music combines elements of gospel, soul, jazz, and African and Jamaican music. Blind from an early age, he progressed from the harmonica to keyboards, to become a highly skilled performer on synthesizers. In 1996 he received 3 Grammy's, which made a total of 19 Grammy awards he received during his career.

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