Stevie Wonder Giclée Art Print
Enjoying the refreshments of London’s Cumberland Hotel in 1966 is Stevie Wonder, as he visits the U.K. for promotion and concert dates. The onetime “12-year-old genius” has been travelling overseas since he was 13, and this visit in early 1966 was his third to the U.K.
Previously, he passed through London in December ’63 after a two-week stint at the Olympia theatre in Paris, where he shared a concert bill with other American, British and French artists. Then, in March and April 1965, Stevie toured the U.K. as part of the Tamla Motown package tour, together with Martha & the Vandellas, the Miracles and the Supremes, with the Earl Van Dyke band.
A3 giclée print, on 220gsm natural white paper.