Stevie Wonder to Perform ‘Songs in the Key of Life’ at Annual Charity Event

first_imgTrue to his name, the beloved and still groovin’ 63 year old musical legend Stevie Wonder, has been known to engage in wonderful charitable work, especially during the holiday season. The music icon has just announced that he will be performing his 1976 album, Songs in the Key of Life, at his annual House Full of Toys benefit concert on December 21st at the Nokia Theatre in LA.This announcement has come as a treat to all Wonder fans, for this is the first time the 21 song album, which was ranked 57th on Rolling Stone Magazine’s greatest albums of all time list, will be performed in its entirety. And as if this all wasn’t exciting enough, artists featured on the original album have been booked to play alongside Wonder, as well as other artists that have yet to be announced.The event, which collects and distributes unwrapped gifts for people in need, is one among many of the noble acts Steve Wonder has participated in recently. His performance at the Global Citizen Festival in Central Park this year, which was sponsored by an anti-poverty organization, resulted in the loud and hopeful cries of fans, in which he responded, “Together we can work it out, we will reach our higher ground!”Tickets for the House Full of Toys benefit concert go on sale Nov 1.last_img