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Stevie Wonder Did Not Announce Additional NZ Shows


Stevie Wonder Did Not Announce Two Additional Shows in New Zealand
LOS ANGELES (BUSINESS WIRE) October 16,2008

Stevie Wonder did not announce the two additional New Zealand shows nor did he cancel them. They were never on his tour schedule or on any published itineraries and October 30th was always the end of his Australian/New Zealand tour. Mr. Wonder regrets this misinformation, but he is compelled to a full disclosure to his fans, as he has always, and will always, promise truth and integrity to those who purchase his tickets.

"I would only cancel a show for an act of God, dangerous conditions or health matters beyond my control," Stevie said. As of today, the only item on Stevie's political agenda is to exercise his right to vote in the U.S. on November 4th.


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