Stevie is scheduled to play the post-race closing concert at the US Formula One Grand Prix in Austin, Texas on Sunday October 22nd 2017.
 Stevie was one of eight people — including Congressman and civil rights leader John Lewis and former Secretary of State John Kerry
receiving honorary degrees Monday at Yale University. The University concert band played "I Wish," while Wonder smiled wide and held his award high.
Announcing Wonder, President Salovey praised the singer’s many musical contributions as well as his humanitarian and philanthropic efforts, saying: “’The Music of Your Mind’ has
brought joy to millions. You told us to ‘Clap our hands/just a little bit louder,’ and the whole world clapped along. A Rock and Roll Hall of Famer with 25 Grammy Awards and an
Oscar, you have always sung to us in the ‘Key of Life,’ while working to help the poor, sick, and marginalized. Whether you were ‘Living for the City’ or speaking up for
‘Misrepresented People,’ you brought us to ‘Higher Ground,’ with your incisive protest songs. And you got the whole country to sing ‘Happy Birthday’ to Dr. King, helping
establish a national holiday in his honor. Sorcerer of song, in appreciation of your irresistible music and your courageous humanitarian efforts, we are proud to present
you with this Doctor of Muisc degree: ‘Signed, sealed, delivered, it’s yours!”
Apple has been celebrating Global Accessibility Awareness Day all week, highlighting its Accessibility features
and sharing the stories of those who use them. To cap off its celebrations, Apple yesterday held a concert at its headquarters with Stevie.
Happy Birthday To You - Stevie Wonder
 A clear blue sky offered a bit of insurance for Stevie's return to the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival
after heavy rains cancelled his set in 2016. On Saturday, after speaking of unity and political matters he got stuck into his set with his 14 member band.
 Stevie penned a tribute to
Sylvia Moy in a letter to Rolling Stone. In it he wrote:
How do you stop loving the ones you loved for a lifetime –
you don't! Sylvia Moy has made it possible to enrich my world of
songs with some of the greatest lyrics. But, not only that, she,
through her participation and our co-writing those songs, helped
me become a far better writer of lyrics.
Even in these
later years, I longed for us to collaborate again, yet who am I
to fight with the Most High in His decision to making her one of
his angels of song for eternity. Maybe someday in eternity, at
its given time and space, we will write together again. I love
La La La La La La… La La La La La La.
 Songwriter and producer Sylvia Moy, who co-wrote many early songs with Stevie while breaking barriers
for women at Motown Records, died Saturday night at Beaumont Hospital in Dearborn. She was 78. Moy co-wrote Stevie's second Top 10 hit,
Uptight (Everything’s Alright).
Often in tandem with collaborator Hank Cosby, she went on to co-write other key Wonder hits — including
I Was Made to Love Her, My Cherie Amour
and Never Had A Dream Come True — along with the Isley Brothers’ This Old Heart of Mine and the Marvin Gaye-Kim Weston duet
It Takes Two.
Thank you for the music R.I.P Sept 15 1938 ~ Apr 15 2017
co-written with Sylvia Moy
Too Good For My Baby - Uptight (Everything's Alright) -
Ain't That Asking For Trouble - With A Child's Heart -
Thank You Love - Be Cool, Be Calm (And Keep Yourself
Together) - Sylvia - Angel Baby (Don't You Ever Leave Me) -
I Was Made To Love Her - I'd Cry - Everytime I See You I
Go Wild - I'm Wondering - Shoo-Be-Doo-Be-Doo-Da-Day - I
Wanna Make Her Love Me - I'd Be A Fool Right Now - Do I
Love Her - My Cherie Amour - Somebody Knows, Somebody
Cares - Angie Girl - I've Got You - Never Had A Dream
Come True - You Can't Judge A Book By It's Cover
ASCAP president Paul Williams joined Janelle Monáe to present Stevie with the inaugural
ASCAP Key of Life Award named after his 1976 classic album. Monáe gave Stevie a kiss on the cheek during their one-on-one interview at
the 'I Create Music' Expo in Los Angeles yesterday.
 On Saturday night Stevie joined an array of stars to celebrate Elton John's 70th Birthday. He performed his 'Happy Birthday' alongside Lady Gaga.
 Stevie, Celine Dion, Ed Sheeran and John Travolta are part of Stayin’ Alive: A Grammy Salute to the Music of the Bee Gees.
The two-hour special will air at 8 p.m. April 16 on CBS.
 Stevie to give the keynote address at the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers’ annual ASCAP I Create Music
Expo on April 13th in Los Angeles. He will also be presented with ASCAP’s first Key of Life award which in the future will be presented to songwriters and composers who
best exemplify Stevie's legacy through talent, dedication and unparalleled heart.
ASCAP President and Chairman Paul Williams said “Stevie has deservedly been given every award imaginable, yet he continues to innovate and elevate the
art of songwriting to the point where no honor can truly capture what he means to his creative kin at ASCAP, and to songwriters and music lovers worldwide.
This award has been created as a way to honor his singularly inspirational songwriting career and to recognize his spirit in generations to come.”
 Stevie makes case for fair treatment of independent radio station owners in an editorial in Bilboard Magazine. Read edtorial
 Stevie helps a musician, Grayson Erhard, in the foyer of a hotel during the NAMM Convention in Anaheim over the weekend with
completing his rendition of Superstition.
 On Thursday ABC TV aired Taking the Stage: African American Music and Stories That Changed America. Recorded last September
in honor of the Smithsonian’s new National Museum of African American History and Culture, the two-hour special reflected on black experience in the US. The special
ended on a hopeful note, with Stevie reminding the audience of the power of performance to advance liberation. "Tonight, we make history," he says. "Tomorrow, our
children will make history, at least those who survive. We are a story of … standing up and standing together. Remember for our future, do not forget today and remember
still love’s in need of love today."
"Let’s get it," he said before launching into the night’s final tunes: Love’s in Need of Love Today and Higher Ground.
Michelle Obama was left teary-eyed after Stevie serenaded her with a medley of Isn't She Lovely and My Cherie Amour, singing
'you'll always be First Lady in our minds'. Mrs Obama appeared on The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday night. The First Lady was emotional as Stevie
dedicated his musical set to her with special versions of his hit songs.
 Stevie was honoured at the The Art of Elysium awards 10th Annual Heaven Gala on Sunday.
He was the Visionary Recipient at the evening's event, which took place at Red Studios, where he took to the stage to perform his version of 'Heaven', as well as 'Sketches of a Life', 'They Won't Go When I Go'
and 'You Are The Sunshine Of My Life.'
Speaking at the event, he said:'Heaven is love. Heaven is life. I think what we have is all twisted on this planet. We are not doing what we need to do to make
Earth as it is in Heaven because that is what I believe it is supposed to be.'
Below Stevie performing and on the red carpet with actress Camilla Belle.