Motown legend Stevie Wonder is performing his 1976 double album "Songs In The Key Of Life" on an 11-city tour in November.

With 32 No. 1 singles, 25 Grammy Awards and one Academy Award, Wonder has recorded 26 studio albums and four live albums over the course of his more than half century in the music business.

At a news conference last week in Los Angeles, he announced new singles will come out this February, leading to a new album titled "Through the Eyes of Wonder."

"It’s not going to be exactly just like the album, meaning the lineup, but it’ll work perfectly well for how it feels best live," Wonder said. "I’m going to do some songs that didn’t make 'Songs In The Key of Life.'”

Tickets for the tour went on sale to the public today.

Wonder made a surprise appearance last week on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon," helping celebrate Fallon's 40th birthday.

‘Songs In The Key Of Life' Tour

Nov. 6 -- New York, Madison Square Garden
Nov. 9 -- Washington, D.C., Verizon Center
Nov. 11 -- Boston, TD Garden
Nov. 14 -- Chicago, United Center
Nov. 16 –- Philadelphia, Wells Fargo Center
Nov. 20 –- Auburn Hills, The Palace of Auburn Hills
Nov. 22 –- Atlanta, Philips ArenaA
Nov. 25 –- Toronto, Air Canada Centre
Nov. 29 –- Las Vegas, MGM Grand Garden Arena
Dec. 3 –- Seattle, Key Arena
Dec. 5 –- Oakland, Oracle Arena