UN Photo/Eskinder DebebeStevie Wonder headlined a star-studded marathon concert in New York City on Wednesday in celebration of United Nations Day, marking the 67th anniversary of the international organization's founding. The three-hour show, dubbed "A Message of Peace," featured the Motown legend performing many of his best-known songs accompanied by various music luminaries, including Sting, Valerie Simpson, Alicia Keys, Stephanie Mills, BeBe Winans and Wyclef Jean.
According to Showbiz411.com, among the many tunes Wonder sang during the event were "You Are the Sunshine of My Life," "Superstition," "Higher Ground" and "My Cherie Amour." The singer's daughter, Aisha Morris, also was on hand to contribute backing vocals to the show. Throughout the concert, various dignitaries took to the stage to read quotes about peace from famed humanitarians.
After the show, Wonder told Showbiz411 that he was donating his song "Conversation Peace" to the United Nations for the organization to use any way it sees fit to promote peace.
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