The cause of Stevie Wonder being blind was after his premature birth by a surfeit of oxygen in his incubator. Stevie Wonder's father had been abusing his mother, Which later had lead to separation. He and his five siblings were raised by his mother. At this point she moved them to Detroit, where they struggled to survive. Ever since Stevie Wonder was born he had a natural love for music. And Even though he didn't realize it, he started taking action in his career at a very young age. Stevie was also known as Steveland Morris, he played the harmonica, banged on toy drums, and sang in the church choir. Everyone knew what he was capable of but no one was prepared for his Motown audition. His mother, who was having a hard time supporting the family at the time, Could not afford to buy the things that Stevie wanted. The others soon came through, his barber for example, bought him a harmonica. At a Lion's Club party one year he received his first set of real drums, And when he was seven a neighbor who was moving gave him her piano. When producer Berry Gordy saw that Morris (Stevie Wonder), then age ten, and blind since birth, had mastered difficult instruments, he signed the young boy wonder to a contract and changed his name, he was now Little Stevie Wonder. He co wrote all of his songs, which demonstrated his wide musical range and natural instrumental ability.
Wonder became a part of the Motown Family. He spent two weeks a month touring with the other acts in the Motown As well. He continued his work in Detroit Public Schools alongside a