Wonder's tunes on tap at Milton-Freewater library

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MILTON-FREEWATER -- In the summer of 1963 Little Stevie Wonder exploded onto the pop music charts with a live recording called "Fingertips, Part 2." It went to No. 1 and stayed there three weeks. He scored big hit records throughout the 1960s, '70s, and '80s, hitting No. 1 eight more times.

Wonder continues to release new music and hit the pop charts today. An influential performer and songwriter, Wonder has won 25 Grammy awards over the years.

On Friday, Oldies Night @ The Library will salute Wonder, who recently celebrated his 61st birthday.

The music begins at 7:30 p.m. at the Milton-Freewater Public Library, 8 S.W. Eighth Ave.

The playlist will include megahits like "Uptight (Everything's Alright)" from 1965, "I Was Made to Love Her" from 1967, "My Cherie Amor" from 1969, and "Superstition" from 1972.

Tunes "You Are the Sunshine of My Life" (1973), "Sir Duke" (1977), "Master Blaster" (1980), "I Just Called to Say I Love You" (1984), and "Part-Time Lover" (1985) will be featured, too.

Stevie has hit the Billboard Hot 100 chart more than 60 times, and 40 of his best songs will be on the program at Oldies Night.

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