Stevie Wonder Performs National Anthem on KneesAt the end of the song Wonder called out to President Trump. "Feel me, feel me, Mr. President,” he said.
Pharrell, Eddie Vedder, Stevie Wonder & More Take a Knee to Support NFL ProtestsNFL bosses, basketball players, politicians, celebrities and everyday Twitter users voiced their support for players' rights to protest. So did a number of music stars.
Artists Support Hurricane Relief on 'Hand in Hand' TelethonTonight, scores of high-profile entertainers joined forces to raise funds for hurricane relief.
Stevie Wonder Talks Prince, Barack Obama & Spreading Love"Hey, just love. Just love. That's the most important thing: Just love. That's what's gonna see us through."
Chris Martin Brings Green Day, The Chainsmokers, Pharrell to Global Citizen Festival“Whatever music you’re into, you can come to the Global Citizen Festival and be part of it."
Stevie Wonder Prepares for Third MarriageThe couple will marry at a beachside ceremony in Jamaica June 17.
Watch Stevie Wonder Perform 'Superstition' with a Flustered BuskerErhard pulled himself together and delivered a quality performance with the music icon.
Stevie Wonder Serenades Michelle ObamaWonder rewrote the lyrics to some of his songs to fit the occasion: "My Cherie Amour" became "My Amour Michelle" and "Isn't She Lovely" became "Michelle is Lovely."
Stevie Wonder and Ariana Grande Have 'Faith' in New VideoWonder and Grande are joined by some animated pals from the movie 'Sing' in the new clip.
Justin Timerlake's 'Can't Stop the Feeling' Nominated for Golden GlobeThe Golden Globe nominees were announced and Justin Timberlake finds himself among the musicians honored.
Stevie Wonder & Ariana Grande Join Forces for 'Faith'The song appears on the soundtrack to the forthcoming film 'Sing.'
Stevie Wonder, Chaka Khan Dazzle at Five-Hour Prince Tribute ConcertChaka Khan and Wonder shared the stage for a duet of "I Feel for You" off Prince's debut album, and Wonder played harmonica. Then they launched into a rousing performance of "1999."