News RnB 06/05/2004

New Stevie Wonder set due in June



LOS ANGELES (Motown announcement) - Stevie Wonder will release his first new studio album since 1995's "Conversation Peace" on June 8, according to Motown Records.

Though the label hasn't revealed any details about the new set beyond the title ("A Time 2 Love"), Stevie Wonder does plan to appear on "Good Morning America," "ABC Primetime Live," "The Tonight Show with Lay Leno," "Larry King Live," "CBS Sunday Morning" and "The Ellen Degeneres Show" during its release week.
"A Time 2 Love" is the follow-up to "Conversation Peace," which debuted at No. 16 on the Billboard 200 and has sold 366,000 copies in the United States.






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