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Motown legend Stevie Wonder makes his way to Glastonbury to headline the final day of the festival's 40th Anniversary. With more Grammy Awards than any other male solo artist, the 60 year old R&B and soul icon is one of the most successful American artists of all time. The list of those he's influenced reads like a who's who of the music industry... and you can add Barack Obama to the list as well. His classic 1970's period produced some of his most well known hits, including Superstition, You Are the Sunshine of My Life, Higher Ground, Living For The City, Isn't She Lovely and I Wish.
A multi-instrumentalist, songwriter and record producer, Stevie Wonder continues to perform live and record as well as maintain an interest in political activism and promoting peace. You can bet the crowd will be waving their flags and dancing up a storm when Wonder weaves his magic on the main stage on Sunday.
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