William Price meets some Legends – Stevie Wonder – Part Three – The 1980s

Welcome to some more background to the career of the multi-Grammy artist Stevie Wonder. We are now in the 80s and not only will we share some of his music over the next couple of decades but also hear from some of his fans. Time to hand you over to William Price King to pick up the story. Hotter Than July (1980) became Wonder’s first platinum-selling single album. The album included “I Ain’t Gonna Stand for It,” and the sentimental ballad, “Lately”. Wonder wrote “Master Blaster Jammin’” as an ode to reggae icon Bob Marley. The song has a reggae feel and was number one on the Billboard R

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