Most air travellers hope their fellow passengers will keep as quiet as possible while in the air - but when if you happen to be sitting on the same plane as Stevie Wonder, different rules most definitely apply.
Delighted passengers on a recent flight to New York from LA were treated to an impromptu concert from the soul icon, who decided to do a little rehearsal for an upcoming charity benefit concert.
The Superstition singer was travelling with his daughter, Aisha Morris, on his way to the Big Apple's Radio City Music Hall to play at Paul Simon's Children's Benefit Concert when he decided to warm up his vocal chords.
One eyewitness told the <a data-cke-saved-href="http://www.nypost.com/p/pagesix/first_class_wonder_jJjVw5XUTPJmfnHBtJ5TdP" href="http://www.nypost.com/p/pagesix/first_class_wonder_jJjVw5XUTPJmfnHBtJ5TdP" "="" target="_blank">New York Post</a>: "Stevie was with a small entourage of four. He and (Morris) started harmonising and softly jamming... We basically got a private concert!"<br> <br>