Wonder Week
Wonder Week

Did We Mention That Stevie Wonder Is Also an Incredible Harmonica Player?

A not-as-good player explains.

Dec. 21 2016 12:00 PMIn Praise of Stevie Wonder, ComedianSure, he’s a musical genius, but he’s also just funny.
Dec. 21 2016 5:55 AMStevie Wonder and the ObamasA love story.
Dec. 20 2016 9:00 AMStevie Wonder’s Fozzie Bear VoiceAn appreciation.
Dec. 20 2016 5:50 AMStevie Wonder Wrote the Black “Happy Birthday” Song… for Martin Luther King! All about Stevie’s greatest, corniest forgotten achievement.
Dec. 18 2016 7:59 PMThe Sunshine of Our LivesStevie Wonder, the wizard of schmaltz.
Dec. 18 2016 7:59 PMSigned, Sealed, Delivered, I’m YoursStevie Wonder’s hit songs written for others are so wide-ranging, you might not see his fingertips.
Dec. 18 2016 7:58 PMA Beginner’s Guide to Stevie WonderIn 10 songs.
Dec. 18 2016 7:57 PMLove’s in Need of Love TodayIntroducing Wonder Week, a toast to Stevie’s greatness—and a reminder to appreciate the artists who inspire you, while they’re still around to hear it.
Dec. 21 2016 9:00 AMWhen Stevie Rocked Out on Sesame Street“Superstition” live gave a generation of 1970s children their first glimpse of a great artist at work.
Dec. 20 2016 11:00 AMMaking the Dance Floor Hotter Than JulyStevie Wonder’s role in the growth of of EDM.
Dec. 20 2016 7:45 AMThe Greatest Beatles Cover Is Stevie Wonder’s “We Can Work It Out”He may be the only musician to play a Beatles song better than the Beatles.
Dec. 18 2016 8:00 PMThe Greatest Creative Run in the History of Popular MusicIt’s Stevie Wonder’s “classic period.”
Dec. 18 2016 7:59 PMSpike Lee Remembers Working With Stevie Wonder on the Soundtrack for Jungle FeverYes, he still defends the title track.
Dec. 18 2016 7:58 PMStevie Wonder Is My Favorite DrummerYeah, on top of everything else, that’s him on the drums.
Dec. 18 2016 7:58 PMThe Most Influential Moment in Hip-Hop History?Stevie Wonder’s “Jammin’ on the One.”