Legendary musician Stevie Wonder is coming to Denver, so don't miss your chance to see him perform live.
Stevie Wonder is one of the greatest musicians of all time, full stop.
I mean, "Superstition," "Signed, Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours," "Higher Ground," "I Just Called to Say I Love You," and "You Are The Sunshine of My Life," how many artists would have the combination of pure talent and swagger to pull all of these off? Not many. Honestly, maybe like, five.
Imagine how great it would be to see such a legend live in concert. It would be spectacular. Life-affirming even! It would be like every time I talk to my step-dad and he casually mentions that he saw Jimi Hendricks at Red Rocks back in the day and makes me very envious.
Now, I can feel you tense up a bit. You're worried. "Stevie Wonder is 68 years old!" you're saying. "I might not have that much more time to see him in concert!."
This is true, but I am going to need you to calm down. Don't you worry 'bout a thing (see what I did there?), Stevie Wonder may not be as young as he used to be, but he's still got it. Oh yeah, and did we mention that he's also coming to Denver on Sunday, Sept. 17, to headline Grandoozy?
"Class is permanent," as the old soccer saying goes. Even if he's not exactly great, hey, he's still StevieWonder. Worth the price of admission just for the name.
Stevie Wonder is one of the few true legends we have left in music, and I hope he lives forever.