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Wonder’s Piano On Loan To Ky. Museum

08:01 AM Wednesday 10/3/12 | |

A piano used by Stevie Wonder when he was a student in Michigan has been loaned to the Museum of the American Printing House for the Blind in Louisville, Ky., and will be on display starting next week.

  • Stevie Wonder

    Outside Lands Music & Arts Festival, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, Calif.
    August 12, 2012

    (John Davisson)

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The 1922 Steinway grand piano was long used by students at the Michigan School for the Blind, where Wonder, a child prodigy, studied in the mid-1960s. Wonder signed with Motown at age 11 and went on to become a singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist.

Museum spokeswoman Roberta Williams told The Courier-Journal the piano will be on loan indefinitely. It goes on display starting Oct. 11.


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