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Hitmaker to receive star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
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"...in the end it's just all about your ears. No one can tell you whether you're a good producer or a bad producer, you just go with what you hear, and how you want things played. It's all subjective…
Producers and creatives have aimed to mold the show into a framework that will attract adventurous music types to explore jazz-age standards and dip a toe into Broadway waters.
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