Stevie Wonder was a child prodigy who had his first chart topping LP at the age of 12. His pioneering use of synthesizers in the 1970s changed the face of R&B.
He was discovered by Ronnie White of the Miracles. Producer/songwriter Clarence Paul changed his name to Little Stevie Wonder.
Equally sensual and poetic, a singer-songwriter unrivaled.
Leader of The Miracles, songwriter, and Motown pioneer.
They set the mold for female r&b and pop vocal groups.
Impeccable harmonies and fine-tuned stage choreography.
The sound of young America masterminded by Berry Gordy.
Combines rhythm & blues and gospel music styles.
Soul gets high.
Rock loses the roll but gains amplitude and attitude.