The news of two new albums from the music legend comes as he’s about to embark on a tour based around his 1976 landmark release, ‘Songs in the Key of Life.’
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The tour, produced and promoted by Live Nation, will kick off Nov. 6 in New York City at Madison Square Garden.
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For the first time in his illustrious career, Stevie Wonder will perform his critically-acclaimed No.1 album ‘Songs in the Key of Life’ in its entirety for his 18th Annual House Full of Toys benefit concert.
Pretty much everything you love about Stevie Wonder is here: romantic songs and social commentary; soaring ballads and badass funk. It features Stevie as a one-man band and also shows him collaborating with others (including backing singer Lani Groves, bassist Willie Weeks, and guitarist Dean Parks). He croons sweetly, and he belts it out with righteous fury. He gets experimental with the then-new ARP synthesizer, but also he also plays beautiful piano. And let’s not forget his relentlessly funky drumming.