Norment, Lynn
July 2004
Ebony;Jul2004, Vol. 59 Issue 9, p24
Profiles African American singer Stevie Wonder. Number of musical awards received by Wonder; Information on his album "A Time to Love"; Contributions of Wonder to the music industry; Honorary awards received by Wonder; Social causes supported by Wonder.


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