Stevie Wonder concert for homeless, the needy

Pryce, Vinette K.
December 1995
New York Amsterdam News;12/2/95, Vol. 86 Issue 48, p19
Reports on Stevie Wonders' concert in New York's Times Square on December 18, 1995 to benefit the city's homeless and needy. Sponsor of the event.


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