Stevie Wonder’s ‘Songs In The Key Of Life’ To Get All-Star Tribute During GRAMMY TV Special


Though Stevie Wonder's Songs in the Key of Life received the 1976 Album of the Year accolade, The Recording Academy is set to bestow yet another honor upon the critically acclaimed collection.

CBS will present Stevie Wonder: Songs In The Key Of Life — An All-Star GRAMMY Salute on Monday, February 16th. The primetime special, set to air at 9 pm, will feature a two-hour tribute to one of the 25-time GRAMMY winner's most iconic bodies of work. The special will be taped on Tuesday, February 10th — just two days after the 57th Annual GRAMMY Awards — and will be filmed at the Nokia Theatre at L.A. Live. That likely means some of the winning acts and other big names at this year's ceremony will be in attendance.

Though a schedule for the special has not yet been released, we have a few months to salivate over who might take to the stage to belt "As," soulfully croon "Isn't She Lovely" or get the audience jamming with "I Wish." Expect these and other favorites "Another Star," "Sir Duke" and "Pastime Paradise," among others, to get their due during the showcase.

Tickets go on sale Thursday, December 18th and you can learn more about getting them by visiting AXS.comcalling 877-234-8425 or emailing

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