Stevie Wonder Plots Euro Tour/Albums, Gives Love to Obama

Stevie Wonder will return to Europe this fall, his first tour there in more than a decade. Slated to kick off September 8th in Birmingham, England, the R&B legend will play twelve dates including stops in Sweden, Norway, and The Netherlands according to Billboard. Wonder made the announcement during a showcase at London’s Hard Rock Café, saying “I am looking forward to performing in these venues in Europe… We are going to have some wonderful nights of intimate excitement.” Produced by Live Nation, the tour will wrap up September 28th at the Paris Bercy. Last year Wonder broke the same type of hiatus in the U.S. Wonder also announced that the tour will prelude the release of two new albums, ‘Gospel Inspired by Lula’ and ‘Through the Eyes of Wonder’. The former is set to be released later this year and is a tribute to his late mother, Lula May Hardaway, who passed away 2 years ago. The latter is Wonder’s take on what other people see. September Tour Dates 8 – Birmingham NIA 9 – Manchester MEN 11 – London O2 Arena 14 – Rotterdam Ahoy 17 – Aalborg Gigantium 19 – Stockholm Globe 20 – Hamar Vikingskipet 22 – Cologne Arena 23 – Mannheim Sap Arena 25 – Munich Olympiahalle 26 – Milan Datchforum 28 – Paris Bercy In other Stevie Wonder news, the music legend showed his support for the Democratic Presidential candidate Barack Obama in a recent press conference, likening the US Senator to Martin Luther King Jr. and John F Kennedy.


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