Stevie Wonder Saint Louis Tickets
The beloved R&B icon and the indisputable genius of popular music in general, Stevie Wonder has extended his North American tour on popular demand. The soul legend started his “Songs in the Key of Life Tour” in November 2014 and it will now wrap up on November 24, 2015, with a climactic show taking place at the Madison Square Garden. 20 more dates have been added to the jaunt and Stevie Wonder Saint Louis tickets will treat the fans to a complete performance featuring music from his Grammy winning 1976 LP, “Songs in the Key of Life”. What started off as a mini date concert series has now become a grand tour and witnessed two extensions. Due to high demand the initial 2014 fall tour was extended till March 2015 and now once again fans will get to enjoy Stevie Wonder’s incredible music in these extra shows.
Stevie Wonder Hits the Road With His Unique Brand of Music
Virtually blind since birth, Stevie Wonder used his heightened awareness of sound to create colorful and vibrant music. Despite his handicap and the hardships he had to face because of it, Wonder didn’t let it take him down. His every composition had a stamp of his joyous positivity, great optimism and sunny energy. Even if he was talking about serious issues like racism and societal pressures or romantic uncertainty and heartbreak, he would end it with a lot hope.
A true musician, Stevie Wonder had liking for all kinds of music and just like his idol Ray Charles, refused to confine his music to any one style or sound. He has 23 albums in his repertoire and all are a rich eclectic brew of funk, soul, rock n roll, jazz, pop, reggae and contemporary Broadway style pop as well as African elements. His stylistic approach allowed him to cover a wide variety of audience and that’s why his concerts are always jam-packed. The increasing sales of Stevie Wonder Saint Louis tickets suggest the same for his concert at the Scottrade Center. Get hold of your tickets now and join the packed crowd that will include both the young and old alike, and diverse attendees.