Born a child prodigy, Stevland Hardaway Morris, better known by his stage name, Stevie Wonder, signed a recording contract with the famed Motown Records recording label at the tender age 11. Being blind since near birth, Stevie Wonder was born with the innate ability to curate rhythmic vibrations that are impossible to box into one particular music genre.
Stevie Wonder's musical accolades are suggestively endless as he's unquestionably one of the most-awarded solo male acts in existence. The "Living for the City" singer has been a recipient of a total of 25 Grammy Awards, recorded over 30 top-ten hit singles, and has sold more than 100 million records worldwide, making Wonder one of the best-selling musical artists of all-time.
At 68 years of age, Wonder finds time for activism, philanthropy and keeps a busy performance schedule sharing his endless hit records with adoring fans. Now, the "Ribbon In The Sky" singer will be headlining the SeriesFest's Benefit Event Celebrating TV & Music at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado this summer on June 24 (Tickets).
Wonder's once in a lifetime performance will begin following a yet to be announced special television screening for those in attendance at 7:30 p.m. local time. Don't miss the opportunity to experience the musical talents of the living legend. Tickets for the SeriesFest's Benefit Event Celebrating TV & Music featuring Stevie Wonder are available for purchase, here, via AXS.
Check out the visuals of Stevie Wonder performing (arguably) one of his greatest songs ever written and produced entitled, "As" in a 1976 studio session in the video provided above. Stick with AXS for tickets to the hottest entertainers in concert, live shows, sporting events, festivals, and more.