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Stevie Wonder

Saturday, October 31 | AT&T Center

In 1976, 26-year-old Stevie Wonder arguably pulled off the greatest three-album streak in music with the towering Songs in the Key of Life, an 84-minute, double LP (triple if you count the 4-track EP) that offered ample acreage for his sprawling genius. Wonder, now 65, has set out to perform Songs in full, backed by a "very big band" to help pull off the album's wide-ranging and intricate arrangements. Beyond guaranteeing performances of the album's big hits "As," "Sir Duke" and "Isn't She Lovely," the tour also offers a chance to hear deep cuts like "Contusion" and "Saturn" that never make it into Wonder's regular sets. And don't worry, he's also promising to provide an encore of hits, just in case you were afraid he wouldn't play "Superstition" on Halloween night. — JDS

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