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Quincy Jones turns 80 years young on March 14 -- and from his perch high up in Bel-Air with a 180-degree view of Southern California, he can look back at one of the most improbable careers in show…
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Walt Disney Concert Hall was the color blue for opening night of the Los Angeles Philharmonic and music director, Gustavo Dudamel, got together with creative chair for jazz, Herbie Hancock, for an…
Herbie Hancock delivers nearly 100 minutes of uncompromisingly rigorous, abstract, acoustic jazz at the Walt Disney Concert Hall.
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