Stevie Wonder

Release Date: 23 August 2010 | Certificate: Exempt
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Despite his disability or maybe because of it, Wonder was a musical prodigy. This fascinating programme reveals the struggles that Stevie Wonder faced in his childhood, not just his blindness but whilst growing up in an abusive home.

Stevie loved music from an early age and by the time he was 9 years-old he was singing and playing harmonica on the street corners of his local neighbourhood. Stevie signed with Motown Records as a teenager and has become one of the most successful recording musicians of his generation. His is an inspiring story of great obstacles, but even greater achievement. From a near fatal car accident in 1973 to the day-to-day challenges of his disability, Stevie Wonder's story is as unique as his music.

• Sales of over 100 million albums are proof of the huge fanbase Stevie Wonder has.
• Stevie Wonder has received Grammy Awards, a lifetime achievement award and an Academy Award.
• Appealing to fans of Stevie Wonder and those of true life stories.
• Stevie is still in the headlines today, he was one of the musicians chosen to play at the Obama inaugural celebration at the Lincoln Memorial, proof of his enduring appeal if it were needed! On home turf his set at Glastonbury 2010 was warmly received.
Release Date: 23 August 2010
Certificate: E - Exempt from Certification

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