BUFFALO, NY - Stevie Wonder has a big fan in Orchard Park, New York.
Jason Smith, 46, has cerebral palsy, but refuses to let his disability stop him from trying to entertain. He wrote a special tribute song called "I Wonder."
The song was written after Smith learned that Stevie Wonder would bring his Songs In The Key of Life tour to Buffalo on Thursday, November 19.
Smith's song recognizes Wonder for not letting a disability stop him from achieving in life. One verse of the song says "cause you've taught us there's a little bit of 'wonder' in all of us."
Smith and his Quality Life coach Gary Spears perform the song together. It's on the People Inc. Facebook page and the goal is to get 200 shares.
When the concert comes to town, Smith will be there. Live Nation gave him free tickets. He says it will mean "everything to me to be at the show."