Steveland Hardaway Morris (May 13, 1950), popularly known as Stevie Wonder, is a Grammy nominated American musician, singer, songwriter, record producer who is a prominent figure in the soul, R&B and jazz community. Originally from Saginaw, Michigan, Wonder became blind shortly after birth and has been regarded as a prodigy since. Recognizing his talent from an early age, Motown signed Stevie to Motown at the age of 11. His first Billboard hit ‘Fingertips’ landed at number one in 1963 when he was only 13 years old. Stevie Wonder’s success peaked around the 1970’s with his most popular albums, ‘Music of My Mind’ in 1972 and ‘Talking Book’ also in 1972 where the latter album contained his number one hit, ‘Superstition’. Stevie Wonder was also the second Afrian American musician to win a American Academy Award for Best Original Song in 1984 for the film, Woman in Red. Wonder was and is still presently known for his funky keyboard sounds and remarkable soul filled voice with a successful 25 album long discography with ‘Innervision’ in 1973, ‘Fulfillingness’ First Finale’ in 1974, ‘Songs In the Key Life’ all winning a Grammy Award for Album of the Year. Stevie Wonder is one of most awarded artists of all time with 25 Grammy wins and 71 Grammy nominations. Along with his list of awards, the now 69 year old is a part of the Rhythm and Blues Music Hall of Fame, the Songwriters Hall of Fame, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and has a star of his name on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Stevie Wonder is considered one of the most beloved American musicians and icons who is celebrated by the whole music industry.