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Stevie Wonder

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Famous as :

Musician

Birth Name :

Steveland Hardaway Judkins

Birth Date :

May 13, 1950

Birth Place :

Saginaw, Michigan, USA

Claim to fame :

Single "Fingertips" [Part 2] (1963)

Academy Awards, USA


1985

Won Oscar
category Best Music, Original Song [from movie "The Woman in Red" (1984)] for "I Just Called to Say I Love You"

American Music Awards


1986

Got nomination for American Music Award
category Favorite Soul/R&B Male Artist

1985

Won American Music Award
category Favorite Soul/R&B Male Artist

1982

Got nomination for American Music Award
category Favorite Soul/R&B Male Artist

1982

Got nomination for American Music Award
category Favorite Soul/R&B Album for "Stevie Wonder's Original Musiquarium I"

1981

Won American Music Award
category Favorite Soul/R&B Male Artist

1981

Won Award of Merit


1981

Got nomination for American Music Award
category Favorite Soul/R&B Album for "Hotter Than July"

1977

Won American Music Award
category Favorite Soul/R&B Male Artist

1977

Won American Music Award
category Favorite Soul/R&B Single for "Superstition"

1977

Won American Music Award
category Favorite Soul/R&B Album for "Songs In The Key Of Life"

1977

Got nomination for American Music Award
category Favorite Pop/Rock Male Artist

1976

Won American Music Award
category Favorite Soul/R&B Album for "Songs In The Key Of Life"

1976

Won American Music Award
category Favorite Soul/R&B Male Artist

1976

Got nomination for American Music Award
category Favorite Pop/Rock Album for "Songs In The Key Of Life"

1974

Won American Music Award
category Favorite Soul/R&B Male Artist

1974

Got nomination for American Music Award
category Favorite Soul/R&B Album for "Innervisions"

1973

Won American Music Award
category Favorite Soul/R&B Male Artist

1973

Got nomination for American Music Award
category Favorite Pop/Rock Male Artist

ASCAP Awards


2007

Won ASCAP American Troubadour Award


ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards


2000

Won ASCAP Film &Television Music Award
category Most Performed Songs from Motion Pictures [from movie "Wild Wild West" (1999)] for "Wild Wild West"
shared with Rob Fusari; Will Smith; Mohandas Deweese

1997

Won ASCAP Film &Television Music Award
category Most Performed Songs from Motion Pictures [from movie "Dangerous Minds" (1995)] for "Gangsta's Paradise"
shared with Coolio;Larry James Sanders; Douglas Rasheed

1992

Won ASCAP Film &Television Music Award
category Most Performed Songs from Motion Pictures [from movie "Jungle Fever" (1991)] for "Gotta Have You"

BAFTA Awards


1985

Got nomination for BAFTA Film Award
category Best Original Song [from movie "The Woman in Red" (1984)] for "I Just Called to Say I Love You"

Billboard Music Awards


2012

Won Billboard Music Awards
category Billboard Music Icon Award

2004

Won Billboard Century Award


Emmy Awards


1986

Got nomination for Emmy Award
category Outstanding Guest Performer in a Comedy Series [For episode "A Touch of Wonder"] for The Cosby Show (1984)

1986

Got nomination for Emmy Award
category Outstanding Individual Performance in a Variety or Music Program for An All-Star Celebration Honoring Martin Luther King Jr. (1986) (TV)

Golden Globes, USA


1985

Won Golden Globe
category Best Original Song - Motion Picture [from movie "The Woman in Red" (1984)] for "I Just Called to Say I Love You"

Grammy Awards


2014

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best R&B Song for "Only One"
shared with PJ Morton

2010

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Male Pop Vocal Performance for "All About the Love Again"

2009

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals for "Never Give You Up"
shared with Raphael Saadiq; CJ Hilton

2007

Won Grammy Award
category Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals for " For Once in My Life"
shared with Tony Bennett

2006

Won Grammy Award
category Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals for "So Amazing"
shared with Beyoncé Knowles

2006

Won Grammy Award
category Best Male Pop Vocal Performance for "From the Bottom of My Heart"

2006

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals for "A Time To Love"
shared with India Arie

2006

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best R&B Album for "A Time to Love"

2006

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Male R&B Vocal Performance for "So What the Fuss"

2006

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals for "How Will I Know"
shared with Aisha Morris

2005

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals for "Moon River"
shared with Take 6

2003

Won Grammy Award
category Best R&B Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group for "Love's In Need Of Love Today"
shared with Take 6

2003

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals for "The Christmas Song"
shared with India Arie

1999

Won Grammy Award
category Best R&B Vocal Performance Male [from "Herbie Hancock's Gershwin's World"] for "St. Louis Blues"

1999

Won Grammy Award
category Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocal(s) for "St. Louis Blues"
shared with Herbie Hancock; Robert Sadin

1999

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals for "How Come, How Long"
shared with Babyface

1998

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals for "Silver Springs"
shared with Babyface

1997

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Pop Instrumental Performance for "Kiss Lonely Goodbye"

1996

Won Grammy Award
category Best R&B Vocal Performance Male [from "Natural Wonder"] for "For Your Love"

1996

Won Grammy Award
category Best R&B Song (songwriter) for "For Your Love"

1996

Won Lifetime Achievement Award


1992

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or Television [from movie "Jungle Fever" (1991)] for "Gotta Have You"

1992

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Male R&B Vocal Performance for "Gotta Have You"

1989

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Male R&B Vocal Performance for "Characters"

1988

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best R&B Song for "Skeletons"

1988

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Male R&B Vocal Performance for "Skeletons"

1987

Won Grammy Award
category Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal for "That's What Friends Are For"
shared with Dionne Warwick, Elton John, and Gladys Knight

1987

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Record of the Year for "That's What Friends Are For"

1986

Won Grammy Award
category Best R&B Vocal Performance - Male for "In Square Circle"

1986

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Pop Vocal Performance - Male for "Part-Time Lover"

1985

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Song of the Year (songwriter) for "I Just Called To Say I Love You"

1985

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Pop Vocal Performance - Male for "I Just Called To Say I Love You"

1985

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Pop Instrumental Performance for "I Just Called To Say I Love You"

1985

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best R&B Vocal Performance - Male for "The Woman In Red"

1983

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best R&B Song (songwriter) for "That Girl"

1983

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best R&B Vocal Performance - Male for "Do I Do"

1983

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best R&B Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group for "What That You're Doing"
shared with Paul McCartney

1983

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Pop Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group for "Ebony & Ivory"
shared with Paul McCartney

1983

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Record of the Year for "Ebony & Ivory"
shared with Paul McCartney

1983

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocals for "Do I Do"

1983

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best R&B Song (songwriter) for "Do It Do"

1981

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best R&B Song (songwriter) for "Let's Get Serious"
shared with Lee Garrett

1981

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best R&B Vocal Performance - Male for "Master Blaster" (Jammin')"

1981

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Producer of the Year

1981

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Album of Original Score Written for a Motion Picture or Television Special for "Journey Through The Secret Life Of Plants"
shared with Michael Sembello; Stephanie Andrews; Yvonne Wright

1977

Won Grammy Award
category Producer of the Year

1977

Won Grammy Award
category Best Pop Vocal Performance - Male for "Songs In The Key Of Life"

1977

Won Grammy Award
category Album of the Year for "Songs In The Key Of Life"

1977

Won Grammy Award
category Best R&B Vocal Performance - Male for "I Wish"

1975

Won Grammy Award
category Best R&B Vocal Performance - Male for "Boogie On Reggae Woman"

1975

Won Grammy Award
category Best R&B Song (songwriter) for "Living For The City"

1975

Won Grammy Award
category Best Pop Vocal Performance - Male for "Fulfillingness' First Finale"

1975

Won Grammy Award
category Album of the Year for "Fulfillingness' First Finale "

1974

Won Grammy Award
category Best R&B Song (songwriter) for "Superstition"

1974

Won Grammy Award
category Best R&B Vocal Performance - Male for "Superstition"

1974

Won Grammy Award
category Best Pop Vocal Performance - Male for "You Are The Sunshine Of My Life"

1974

Won Grammy Award
category Album of the Year for "Innervisions"

MTV Video Music Awards


1997

Got nomination for MTV Video Music Award
category Best R&B Video for "How Come, How Long"
shared with Babyface

NAACP Image Awards


2008

Won NAACP Hall of Fame Award


2006

Got nomination for NAACP Image Award
category Outstanding Male Artist

Polar Music Prize


1999

Won Polar Music Prize


Razzie Awards


2000

Won Razzie Award
category Worst Original Song [from movie "Wild Wild West" (1999)] for "Wild Wild West"
shared with Kool Moe Dee;Will Smith

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame


1989

Won Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
category Performer

Songwriters Hall of Fame


2004

Won Johnny Mercer Award


2002

Won Sammy Cahn Lifetime Achievement Award


1983

Won Songwriters Hall of Fame


 
 
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