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The Tour That Changed A Career!

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    In music, careers can turn on a dime. In 1972, Wonder’s career turned when he was asked to join the Stones' fifth American tour
    Myles B. Astor, PhD, Administrator
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    Myles I am more of a child of the 80s so I don't know the music climate in the 70s. This sounds like an odd pairing for an opening act for The Rolling Stones. Would this be the turning point for Stevie that launched his career? Did Stevie ever tour with the Stones after this tour?


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      Here's a fun youtube video of Stevie Wonder with James Corden a mere 43 years after the Stones tour. He still sounds great and seems to be going strong.

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