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Stevie Wonder Official Site

Stevie Wonder Official Site

Kool and the Gang Stevie Wonder Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Pour les articles homonymes, voir Wonder. Stevie Wonder Stevie Wonder en 1973 Biographie[modifier | modifier le code] Débuts (1961-1970)[modifier | modifier le code] Stevie Wonder en 1967 Troisième enfant d'une famille qui en compte six, son père se nomme Calvin Judkins et sa mère Lula Mae Hardaway (en), serveuse qui a eu précédemment deux fils avec Paul Hardaway. Période des classiques (1971-1978)[modifier | modifier le code] Il obtient une liberté artistique (en) complète avec l'album de la maturité Where I'm Coming From en 1971[5]. Le double album Songs in the Key of Life, sorti en 1976, contient les hits I Wish et Sir Duke (enregistré en hommage à Duke Ellington), qui se classent en tête du classement des meilleures ventes aux États-Unis[9]. Période commerciale (1979-1987)[modifier | modifier le code] En 1987, son album Characters remporte un grand succès notamment grâce à la chanson Free. Stevie Wonder en 2009 Impact[modifier | modifier le code]

The Marvin Gaye Page Marvin Gaye Marvin Gaye (April 2, 1939 – April 1, 1984), born Marvin Pentz Gay, Jr., was an American singer-songwriter and musician. Following a period in Europe as a tax exile in the early 1980s, Gaye released the 1982 Grammy Award-winning hit "Sexual Healing" and the Midnight Love album. Since his death in 1984, Gaye has been posthumously honored by many institutions, including the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.[3] Early life[edit] Marvin began singing in church at age four and was accompanied by his father on piano. Marvin attended Cardozo High School and joined several doo-wop vocal groups, including the Dippers and the D.C. Career[edit] Early career[edit] A 1959 promotional picture of Harvey and the "New Moonglows". Initial success[edit] What's Going On and subsequent success[edit] Gaye performing live at the Oakland Coliseum on January 4, 1974 during his comeback 1974–75 tour.

Ohio Players, Leroy Sugarfoot Bonner Ohio Players 2 Hour Spectacular: Featuring a 45 min Interview with Leroy "Sugarfoot" Bonner, Varee Is Love, Funky Worm, Walt's First Trip, Pain, Pleasure, Ecstasy, Fire, Sweet Sticky Thing, Jive Turkey, Heaven Must be Like This, Fopp, I Want to be Free, Climax, Love Rollercoaster, Far East Mississippi, Who'd She Coo, O-H-I-O. Hosted by Bob Davis and ELP. Concert Review: Sugarfoot's Ohio Players, (Masters Of Funk) @ Dell Music Center in Philly (July 5th, 2010) The newly refurbished Dell Music Center (formerly the Robin Hood Dell East-Essence of Entertainment) is up and running and running. The worlds of soul, r&b, funk, jazz and even contemporary gospel will all joyously collide here and Soul Patrol will be on the scene giving you all some nice reviews of this classic black music. The Masters of Funk are merely 2010's version of the old UNITED WE FUNK tours of the 90's and early new millennium. Tonight's lineup was really no different with one notable exception: Sugarfoot's Ohio Players.

Gil Scott-Heron The Sugarhill Gang Bob Sinclar collaborated with Wonder Mike and Master Gee on his 2009 release "Lala Song". The Sugarhill Gang is also known as the Original Sugar. Discography[edit] The discography of The Sugarhill Gang includes four studio albums, nine compilations and fifteen singles. Studio albums[edit] Compilation albums[edit] Sugarhill Gang Greatest Hits (1984)The Best of Sugarhill Gang: Rapper's Delight (1996)Ain't Nothin' but a Party (1998)Back to the Old School 2 - Rapper's Delights (1999)Sugarhill Gang, The* Vs. Singles[edit] References[edit] External links[edit]