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Stevie Wonder

1950

Stevie Wonder was born.

1963

Motown’s 12-year-old prodigy, Little Stevie Wonder, tops the pop and R&B charts with “Fingertips (Pt. II)” Recorded in concert, it is the first live single in history to reach Number One.

1973

Superstition was a hit.

1973

You Are the Sunshine of My Life was a hit.

1974

Stevie Wonder hits #1 with “You Haven’t Done Nothin’” and #8 with “Living For the City”.

1974

You Haven’t Done Nothin’ was a hit.

1975

Stevie Wonder hits #3 with “Boogie on Reggae Woman”.

1977

I Wish was a hit.

1977

Sir Duke was a hit.

1980

Stevie Wonder’s tribute to Bob Marley, the reggaefied “Master Blaster (Jammin’),” enters the singles charts. It will top the R&B chart for seven weeks and peak at #5 on the pop chart.

1984

I Just Called to Say I Love You was a hit.

1985

Part-Time Lover was a hit.

1989

Stevie Wonder is inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame