Rolling Stone has officially unveiled a new featurette exploring the life of legendary rocker Stevie Wonder.
Wonder’s autobiography, Rolling Stone, will feature interviews with members of the Rolling Stones, The Who, the Who, The Beatles, Rolling Stones and Rolling Stones tribute band The Who.
The feature will be available as an ebook on September 1st.
The Rolling Stones have been described as “the most important band of all time,” and it is believed the book will also reveal the history of the band.
Rolling Stone says Wonder has been “very active in the arts” since the early 1980s, but his life’s work has taken on many more dimensions.
Wonder, a singer-songwriter, has written several critically acclaimed albums, including the seminal albums My Generation, In My Generation and The Way We Were.
The book will be Wonder’s most comprehensive and revealing account yet, and it will include stories from his personal life and those of the musicians he helped shape.
Wonder has lived a largely quiet life and the book also features the life and times of many of the Stones members, including Robert Plant, John Paul Jones, and Mick Jagger.
In addition to his own life story, the book’s author, Scott Thompson, has interviewed dozens of members of both bands, and he also spoke to the singer himself.
He tells Rolling Stone that Wonder’s life story will also shed light on the Stones’ early years and influence on modern rock.
“He was just a great, kind, funny, kind man, who I really loved growing up,” Wonder said.
“It’s a very sad time for the world.
The Stones have had a great run.
They were an incredible band, and they had a tremendous impact on all of us.”
The book also will include a documentary about the Stones, which will be produced by the filmmakers James and David Croft and will be shown at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2019.
“We’re all looking forward to this,” Wonder told Rolling Stone.
“I’m just really happy that I can finally tell my story and tell the world the stories of these great rock and roll musicians.”