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St. Vincent talks bringing ‘Daddy’s Home’ to Hollywood Bowl as ‘The Nowhere Inn’ film debuts

“Daddy’s Home,” the sixth studio album from St. Vincent, arrived in May, but Annie Clark, the artist behind the stage name, says it hasn’t felt fully finished until now. “A record doesn’t really feel complete to me until I’ve actually played the songs for people and with people in real-time,” Clark says on a recent phone call. “Because you get to see how the energy in the crowd changes. “You get to see, like, ‘Oh, they’re all singing along to that part,’” she says. “You get to know in a real way...
Tags: Music, Movies, Disney, Beck, Sport, Pink Floyd, Things To Do, Soccer, Stevie Wonder, David Bowie, New Orleans, Parliament, St Vincent, Carrie Brownstein, New England, Nine Inch Nails


Stevie Wonder to Headline Global Citizen Live in Los Angeles

Stevie Wonder will headline Global Citizen Live’s star-studded 24-hour event in Los Angeles this month to help raise money and make a plea for increased COVID-19 vaccine doses along with bringing awareness toward climate change and poverty.
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‘Global Citizen Live’ Solidifies L.A. Lineup With Stevie Wonder, H.E.R., Demi Lovato, Adam Lambert Set for the Greek

Lineups for the Los Angeles and London components of the “Global Citizen Live” broadcast have been revealed, with the L.A. show set for the Greek Theatre on Sept. 25 and featuring Stevie Wonder as headliner. Joining the veteran star on the Greek bill are H.E.R., Demi Lovato, Adam Lambert, Chloe x Halle, OneRepublic, the Lumineers, […]
Tags: London, News, Los Angeles, Stevie Wonder, Duran Duran, Adam Lambert, Global Citizen, Halle, Demi Lovato Adam Lambert, Demi Lovato Adam Lambert Chloe


Elton John Announces New Album The Lockdown Sessions With Eddie Vedder, Stevie Nicks, Stevie Wonder, & More

A few weeks ago, Elton John teamed up with Dua Lipa and the Australian producer trio PNAU for a track called “Cold Heart,” which mashed up a bunch of different older John songs together alongside its cast of collaborators. It turns out that was just a prelude to a whole new album called The Lockdown Sessions, on which John worked with a whole bunch of notable names.
Tags: Music, News, Nicki Minaj, Stevie Wonder, Elton John, Miley Cyrus, John, Stevie Nicks, Gorillaz, Young Thug, Charlie Puth, Sg Lewis, Eddie Vedder, Brandi Carlile, Rina Sawayama, Dua Lipa


Foo Fighters celebrate 26th anniversary at The Forum with hits, new songs, deep cuts and surprises

During some of the darkest days in the past 18 months, music fans were given a ray of sunshine in the form of an 11-year-old British drummer who challenged Foo Fighters frontman and Nirvana anchor Dave Grohl to a virtual drum-off. Following weeks of back and forth banter and displays of insane skills, Grohl conceded to his “arch-nemesis” and declared Nandi Bushell the winner. For the first time ever, Bushell and Grohl came face-to-face during the band’s rescheduled and sold-out show at The Forum...
Tags: Music, Sport, James Brown, Things To Do, Soccer, Missouri, Stevie Wonder, Dave Grohl, Freddie Mercury, Southern California, Concerts, Inglewood, Los Angeles County, Aurora, Grohl, Pat Smear


Patti Smith – “Blame It On The Sun” (Stevie Wonder Cover)

Patti Smith has released a new live EP, the latest installment of Spotify and Electric Lady Studios’ Live At Electric Lady series also featuring Japanese Breakfast, Faye Webster, Bleachers, and more. Smith’s seven-track EP includes a number of her own songs in addition to covers of Bob Dylan’s “One Too Many Mornings” and Stevie Wonder’s “Blame It On The Sun.”
Tags: Spotify, Music, Bob Dylan, Stevie Wonder, Patti Smith, Smith, New Music, Electric Lady Studios Live At Electric Lady


Stevie Wonder, Common Team for Cancer Fundraising TV Special

Stevie Wonder and Common will perform together for the seventh Stand Up to Cancer telethon.
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Get. Off. My. Lawn.

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Tags: Navy Seals, Military, Beauty, Winner, Stevie Wonder, Complaints, Marines, James Taylor, Giveaway, Michael Brecker, Army Rangers, Special Forces, Goodreads, Edgar Meyer, Louise Penny, Robert Hughes


Questlove’s ‘Summer of Soul’ revives lost history, performances from Stevie Wonder, Sly Stone, more

By Jake Coyle “Like a rose coming through the concrete” is one description of 1969’s Harlem Cultural Festival heard in Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson’s exuberant, illuminating documentary “Summer of Soul (…or: The Revolution Will Not Be Televised’).” The event, held the same summer as Woodstock, drew together Nina Simone, a 19-year-old Stevie Wonder (a genius already), Sly and the Family Stone (the lone act to hit Woodstock, too), B.B. King, the Staples Singers, The 5th Dimension, some of the giants...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Disney, America, Sport, Netflix, Things To Do, Soccer, United States, Stevie Wonder, Davis, Harry Potter, Lincoln, Al Sharpton, Kobe Bryant, Ken Burns


I Hate Recycling

I have a confession to make: I am a horrible recycler. Even though my job is to think about and chronicle the fate of our polluted planet, I still often can’t be asked to rinse out my plastic containers or find a recycling can on the street when I’m done with my Coke. My even darker confession: With how broken our…Read more...
Tags: Energy, Science, Environment, Articles, Stevie Wonder, Recycling, Waste Management, Bette Midler, Water Conservation, Coke, Electronic Waste, Plastic Pollution, Latifah, Ozzy Ozbourne, Pat Benetar, Energy Conversion


Grammy Museum reopens May 21 with a trio of exhibitions celebrating American and Latin music

A legendary music label, a hard touring jam band and a famous Mexican singer will be the opening acts for the Grammy Museum when the downtown Los Angeles venue reopens its doors May 21. “I can’t wait for people to come in and finally see these exhibits. Just to get in and watch people walking around and commenting on things is going to be such a refreshing sight,” said Bob Santelli, the founding executive director of the museum who curated the main opening exhibition “Motown: The Sound of Young ...
Tags: Mexico, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Stevie Wonder, John Legend, Jackson, Detroit, Marvin Gaye, Migos, Supremes, Matthews, Hollywood Bowl, Berry Gordy, Berry Gordy Jr


A Chatbot Is Mysteriously Sending Droves of People to Listen to Grimes and Stevie Wonder

When did we find ourselves on a musical hamster wheel? Slowly, over years, with every daily Spotify playlist, my ever-shortening menu of pellets features five artists I used to love, and also DJ Khaled, for some reason. It’s functional; it can synch my BPM for running and effectively dull the hyper-aware blog brain.…Read more...
Tags: Science, Stevie Wonder, Grimes


"Starting with the Moog and adding other synthesizers and a collection of modules, some of them designed by Mr. Cecil, they created a massive semicircular piece of equipment..."

"... that took up a small room and weighed a ton. It could be programmed to create a vast array of original sounds and to modify and process the sounds of conventional musical instruments.... Mr. Cecil lived in an apartment above the studio so that he would be available to fix anything that might go wrong, day or night. 'I get a ring on the bell,' Mr. Cecil told Red Bull Music Academy in 2014. 'I look out; there’s my friend Ronnie and a guy who turns out to be Stevie Wonder in a green pistachio ...
Tags: Music, Technology, Law, Stevie Wonder, Cecil, Ronnie, Red Bull Music Academy, Malcolm, Moog, Ann Althouse


Increasing Disabled/Other-Abled Representation in Media — Pretty Much Pop: A Culture Podcast #83

https://podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/traffic.libsyn.com/secure/partiallyexaminedlife/PMP_83_2-20-21.mp3 At least 20% of us have some sort of disability, yet such conditions are reflected by only tiny portion of TV and film characterizations, and what characters are portrayed typically get played by non-disabled actors. Depictions often focus on what it’s like to live with the condition. This can of course be socially beneficial, but we don’t want to essentialize people as their conditions, ...
Tags: Google, Politics, Television, Podcasts, College, Stevie Wonder, James Bond, Ny Times, Facebook Twitter, Amy Becker, David Oliver, Stella Young, Cara Buckley, David Paterson, Judith Heumann, Pretty Much Pop


"I don’t want to see my children’s, children’s children have to say 'Oh please like me, please respect me, please know that I am important, please value me.' What is that?"

Said Stevie Wonder, explaining why he is moving — permanently — to Ghana (CNN). [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
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Why Stevie Wonder's longtime aspirations to move to Ghana are suddenly making headlines

Stevie Wonder has talked up hopes of moving to Africa for nearly 50 years. So why did the topic suddenly ignite a flurry of headlines this week?        [Author: Detroit Free Press]
Tags: Africa, Religion, Stevie Wonder, Ghana, Detroit Free Press


Stevie Wonder is moving to Ghana, citing turmoil in the US

Singer Stevie Wonder is moving to Ghana.
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Stevie Wonder is moving to Ghana

Singer Stevie Wonder is moving to Ghana.
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How the Rage of Stevie Wonder’s ‘You Haven’t Done Nothin’’ Helped Shape the Politics of Hip-Hop

Popular music has always been an escapist art form, but in 1974, it went extra soft. Olivia Newton-John’s teary, chart-topping “I Honestly Love You” would go on to be the Grammys’ record of the year, and 1974’s other number-ones, were, for the most part, easy listening, from Jim Croce’s “Time in a Bottle” to Helen […]
Tags: News, Opinion, Stevie Wonder, Helen, Newton John, Jim Croce


D’Angelo to Face Off Against ‘Friends’ in Verzuz DJ Battle at Apollo Theater

Reclusive R&B superstar D’Angelo will face off against unnamed “Friends” in a Verzuz DJ battle aimed straight at the hearts of the series’ core audience. The battle will take place on Saturday, Feb. 27 at Harlem’s historic Apollo Theater, where virtually every R&B legend from Billie Holiday and Stevie Wonder to Lauryn Hill and, of […]
Tags: News, Stevie Wonder, D'angelo, Harlem, Lauryn Hill, Apollo Theater, Verzuz


Which LA radio station is on top, plus more about Southern California ratings

KOST (103.5 FM) absolutely dominated the Nielsen radio ratings for Los Angeles in December, or the so-called Holiday ratings period. The Holiday ratings had KOST at 13.9, almost three times the rating of second-place KRTH (101.1 FM), which earned a 5.0 share. That’s an even bigger spread than the previous period and may be a ratings high for KOST. The holidays were good for KFI (640 AM) as well, which was a strong third-place finisher at 4.7, followed by KTWV The Wave, 94.7 FM) at 3.9 and KBIG (...
Tags: Fcc, La, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Stevie Wonder, Nielsen, Larry King, Southern California, Compton, Klos, KABC, KROQ, Rush Limbaugh, Entercom, KFWB


‘Summer of Soul’ Review: A Joyous Celebration of a Forgotten Music Festival [Sundance 2021]

The 1969 Woodstock music festival, which featured performances by artists like Joni Mitchell, Jimi Hendrix, and The Who, seared its way into the public consciousness almost immediately and became an almost mythical touchstone for the anti-establishment movement of the 1960s. But that same summer, 100 miles away, the Harlem Cultural Festival – which would later be nicknamed “Black Woodstock” – featured an equally incredible lineup of Black musicians and performers. Even though it was filmed by a...
Tags: Movies, Documentary, Features, Movie Reviews, Stevie Wonder, Michael Jordan, Espn, Jesse Jackson, Martin Luther King Jr, Questlove, Harlem, Gladys Knight, Mavis Staples, Sundance, Lin Manuel Miranda, Luis


Stevie Wonder asks Biden for 'Truth Commission' to address inequality in open letter to MLK

On MLK Day, Stevie Wonder asks the Biden administration to launch a formal investigation "to establish the truth of inequality in this country."          [Author: Detroit Free Press]
Tags: Religion, Stevie Wonder, Biden, Detroit Free Press, Truth Commission


Stevie Wonder Calls on Biden Administration to Form Inequality Commission in Video Tribute to Martin Luther King Jr.

Grammy-winning artist Stevie Wonder posted a video in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day in which he called on the Biden-Harris administration to help reconcile the inequality that persists in America. Wonder structured the video like a letter, beginning the message by recalling the time he met King and the influence he has had […]
Tags: News, America, Stevie Wonder, Martin Luther King Jr, Biden Harris


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Musicians Respond to Trump and Capitol Mob: Stevie Wonder, Cardi B, Selena Gomez, Pink, Tom Morello, Sara Bareilles Speak Up

A number of prominent musicians spoke up on social media about the rioting by supporters of Donald J. Trump on Capitol Hill Wednesday, most either condemning the president for being responsible for the violence or comparing the tame law enforcement response to what went down during last year’s Black Lives Matter protests. Some were not […]
Tags: News, Stevie Wonder, Capitol Hill, Selena Gomez, Trump, Cardi B, Donald J. Trump, Sara Bareilles, Tom Morello, Selena Gomez Pink Tom Morello Sara Bareilles


Musicians Respond to Trump and Capitol Mob: Halsey, Stevie Wonder, Cardi B, Selena Gomez, Pink, Tom Morello, Sara Bareilles Speak Up

A number of prominent musicians spoke up on social media about the rioting by supporters of Donald J. Trump on Capitol Hill Wednesday, most either condemning the president for being responsible for the violence or comparing the tame law enforcement response to what went down during last year’s Black Lives Matter protests. Some were not […]
Tags: News, Stevie Wonder, Capitol Hill, Selena Gomez, Trump, Halsey, Cardi B, Donald J. Trump, Sara Bareilles, Cardi, Tom Morello, Selena Gomez Pink Tom Morello Sara Bareilles


The Joys of Binge-Listening to Music During Lockdown

As this unprecedented year finally reaches its close and we look for the silver linings in nine months of lockdown, we think of time with family, time to recharge, time to think… and for some of us, quality time with another family member: music. Sure, there’s been no shortage of great television shows to binge-watch […]
Tags: Reviews, News, Stevie Wonder, David Bowie, Prince, Beatles


Wonder breaks the silence: pop, rock and classical music for 2021

Cardi B pushes into Beyoncé’s turf and Sleaford Mods tot up the cost of Covid, while UK orchestras head back to the concert hall – our critics look ahead to big music momentsThe title of Sleaford Mods’ sixth album is apparently an oblique reference to the fatalities in the first wave of coronavirus: “Human lives are always expendable to the elites,” in the words of vocalist Jason Williamson, “we’re in a constant state of being spare ribs.” The presence of a track called Shortcummings suggest eve...
Tags: Music, UK, Beyonce, Foo Fighters, Rap, Culture, Pop and rock, Stevie Wonder, Classical Music, R&B, Opera, Royal Opera House, Glyndebourne, Barbican, London Symphony Orchestra, Garsington Opera


Tori Kelly delivers a glorious holiday concert at Anaheim’s Drive-In OC

Singer-songwriter Tori Kelly kicked off her two-evening run of drive-in holiday concerts at City National Grove of Anaheim’s Drive-In OC on a seemingly perfect night. It was the winter solstice, and the planets aligned and the Christmas star shone brightly. Almost as if the universe was paying attention to what was happening in a parking lot in Anaheim on a Monday night, a shooting star lit up the sky just behind the stage as Kelly did a duet of “Go Tell It On the Mountain” with her producer, R&...
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