Tony Brown visits the recording studio at Wonderland. In 1964, Stevie Wonder releases "Fingertips" and becomes an overnight success. Meeting Al Hibbler and George Sheering inspires him to become a musician.
Wonder owns and operates KTLH, a radio station in Los Angeles. He discusses the impact of surviving a coma after a car accident and writing "Lighting Up the Candles" before Marvin Gaye died.
Wonder shares material from his newest album at his hometown. Watch a clip of Wonder performing "Superstition."
The individual who possesses a problem is one who cannot like another based on physical characteristics. The creator gives us the ability to love. Wonder sponsors a Dr. Martin Luther King national holiday.
Watch the music video that became an unofficial commercial. Wonder hopes his music moves individuals out of pain, prejudice, and racist energies. The seed of love is growing.
Credits: Stevie Wonder Plays His Own Keys of Life
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This video from Tony Brown's Journal features a one-on-one interview between Stevie Wonder and Tony Brown.
Length: 28 minutes
Copyright date: ©1984
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