Bloom at Good Hope: Tribute to Stevie Wonder

Bloom at Good Hope Concert Series

Tribute to Stevie Wonder

with Mark G. Meadows


Sat. June 25, 2022 | 5pm

Free / Pay What You Can

Mark G Meadows Min

Good Hope Neighborhood Recreation Center
14715 Good Hope Rd
Silver Spring, MD 20905

Lawn Seating & Dining

Bring your own chairs, blankets, and food for a picnic! No alcohol or pets.


60 minutes

Join us for a joyful celebration of the legendary Stevie Wonder! You’ll rock out to favorites like “Superstitious,” “I Just Called to Say I Love You,” “Higher Ground,” and more. Led by the incomparable Mark G. Meadows, this band will light up your day. Bring the whole family and kick off your summer with a splash!

This free concert at Good Hope Neighborhood Recreation Center is part of Bloom by Strathmore, which strives to create community and expand access to the arts. Our current series features an amazing lineup of Artists in Residence. View upcoming Bloom concerts.

About Mark G. Meadows

Strathmore Artist in Residence Class of 2015

Acclaimed jazz composer, pianist, music director, vocalist, jazz instructor, and actor Mark G. Meadows is a man on a mission: to create a unifying sound that breaks through social barriers. There’s something for everyone in his music, which harmonizes pop, gospel, R&B, hip hop, funk, and jazz. With his lyrics, suffused with meaning, and his velvet voice, Meadows cuts through the noise to speak to all. You can hear his genius in his 4 self-produced albums, Be the Change (2019), To the People (2016), Somethin’ Good (2014), and A Child is Born (2008). Debonair on the stage, he is an entertainer of the highest caliber.

After graduating from the famed Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts in Dallas, Meadows went on to earn two bachelor’s degrees in psychology and jazz piano from Johns Hopkins University. Afterwards, he decided to focus on music for the first time, and went on to earn a Graduate Performance Diploma in jazz piano from the prestigious Peabody Conservatory in Baltimore. 

Meadows uses his artistry to bring forth a positive message of love, joy, and hope to his audiences.