Beyoncé, Ed Sheeran & Gary Clark Jr Do Epic Stevie Wonder Tribute In Front Of The Great Man Himself

The Grammy Awards organizers put together a ridiculous lineup of A-listers for their Stevie Wonder tribute. One of the real show-stoppers on the night was Beyoncé teaming up with Ed Sheeran and Gary Clark Jr for a powerhouse three-song Stevie Wonder cover set. Beyoncé kicked off proceedings with a solo take on “Fingertips”, and wow, she ruled the stage like a queen up there. Next up, Sheeran hit the stage with an electric guitar and sang “Master Blaster (Jammin’)” with Queen Bey.

Sheeran really brought his A-game to the show. The English star busted out a soulful vocal while laying down the funk on guitar, while Beyoncé matched him note for note. Next, Clark walked onstage and joined Beyoncé and Sheeran for the absolute banger “Higher Ground”. Clark sang the opening verse and added his epic guitar skills to the tune. The Texas bluesman really tore the roof off in the bridge with a fiery wah solo.

The best part about the whole show was watching Wonder himself sitting in the audience and just grooving while the three stars played his hits. The Recording Academy, which hosts the Grammy Awards, put on the Songs in the Key of Life — An All-Star Grammy Salute in 2015. Other stars who made an appearance included Lady Gaga, Chris Martin, Willie Nelson, Usher, and Ariana Grande.

The power trio of Beyoncé, Sheeran, and Clark unsurprisingly gave the most popular performance, with their collab attracting 8.4 million views across multiple uploads on YouTube. Lady Gaga’s version of “I Wish” was another popular performance on the night. Lady Gaga played an electric piano for the performance, and it was a nice surprise to see her change up her style to tackle an old school funk tune.

Fans watching online were amazed by the Beyoncé, Sheeran, and Clark collab. They added comments such as, “I lost count of how many times I’ve watched this performance and I’m still in awe every time” and “I don’t think y’all understand how incredibly electric Beyoncé was in this moment. The fun she was having, the effortlessness of the vocals, the way she shook the room up and made it a party.”

Other highlights from the evening were Ed Sheeran’s solo take on “I Was Made to Love Her”, Ariana Grande and Babyface’s “Signed, Sealed, Delivered”, and John Legend’s “I Believe (When I Fall in Love It Will Be Forever)”.

Check out the spectacular performance of Beyoncé at the Stevie Wonder tribute by the Grammy Awards organisers. If you want to see and hear more from this incredible artist, follow her on Facebook and Instagram.

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