Stevie Wonder to headline Hard Rock Calling 2010

Soul legend joins Paul McCartney and Pearl Jam for the three-day London event

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Stevie Wonder has been confirmed to headline London‘s Hard Rock Calling festival on June 26.

Wonder will be joined by Jamiroquai, James Morrison and Corinne Bailey Rae for the gig, which takes place at Hyde Park.

Pearl Jam have already been announced to open the three-day festival, playing on June 25, while Paul McCartney tops the bill on Sunday June 27.

Tickets for Wonder‘s day go on sale at 9am (GMT) on Friday (March 26).

The day after his Hard Rock Calling performance, Wonder will head to Glastonbury to headline the Pyramid Stage.

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