Recording artist Stevie Wonder performs a medley during the taping of "Stevie Wonder: Songs In The Key Of Life - An All-Star GRAMMY Salute" concert at Nokia theater in Los Angeles, California February 10, 2015. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni
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Tapping the talent that came to town for the Grammy Awards two nights before, the tribute opened with Beyonce belting out "Fingertips," a tune that put the child prodigy from Detroit on the Motown map at the age of 12 .Wonder, now 64, holds the distinction of having won 25 Grammy awards, more than any other artist. He also won Album of the Year three times in the space of four years, in 1973, 1974 and 1976, the last one for his most famous work "Songs in the Key of Life". Wonder was hailed not only for his contributions to R&B, soul, pop and jazz over half a century, but also his work for civil rights, most notably his push to get Martin Luther King Jr's birthday made a public holiday.
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