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QUINCY JONES, the mastermind behind some of the 20th and 21st century’s greatest hits is turning 85. To celebrate his life and legacy, Quincy Jones Productions is touring an unforgettable tribute show with a live orchestra, a few of his favorite talents, and an onstage surprise from Quincy himself. Since working with the likes of Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday, Ray Charles, Michael Jackson, Paul McCartney, and Lesley Gore (to name a few), Quincy’s material satisfies a wide range of musical tastes. For the 85th tour we will present the hits, such as “Wanna Be Startin’ Something,” “Human Nature,” “Misty,” and “Give Me the Night.”
 
Our productions of Quincy celebrations have taken place in London for the BBC Proms with Alfredo Rodriguez, Jacob Collier, Cory Henry, Laura Mvula, and Richard Bona, as well as in Stuttgart with original studio musician George Benson, Jules Buckley, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Jacob Collier, and the SWR Big Band. The 85th Birthday concerts will preserve the same spirit of celebrating timeless music, but with room to add artists to the bill and travel to new cities, the opportunities are endless.
 
 

 
 

 

 
 

 

Website | http://www.quincyjones.com
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YouTube | https://www.youtube.com/user/QuincyJonesProds

Management | 
Thomas Duport
Quincy Jones Productions
411 Culver Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 990293

DiscographyAll Music
 
 
 
Quincy Jones Fetes Angela Missoni at His Bel Air Home — October 19, 2017, Hollywood Reporter
"The music legend helped his friend celebrate 20 years as creative director of the colorful Italian fashion brand that bears her family name."
 
"The winner of 27 Grammys from a whopping 79 nominations, Jones has crafted his legend as much from assembling the best musicians in the same room as he has being a performer and arranger. "
 
"Quincy Jones had already built an exceptional, prolific and wide-ranging career in multiple genres by the time he met Michael Jackson. He toured with Dizzy Gillespie, arranged Frank Sinatra's "Fly Me to the Moon" and Ray Charles' Genius + Soul = Jazz, led his own groups, scored films and TV shows, and showcased his knack for pop-leaning production on records like Big Maybelle's "Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On" and a string of four consecutive Top Five singles for Lesley Gore in 1963 and 1964."
 
 
"His house stands atop a hill in the Bel Air section of Los Angeles, at the end of a gated, guarded driveway, nestled among citrus trees and bougainvillea and caressed by Pacific breezes. It's a grand stone structure, both a monument to Quincy Jones' success and a metaphor for his particular way of making things happen."
 
Quincy Jones interview — November 23, 2010, The Telegraph UK
"He produced the biggest album ever, befriending movie stars as well as presidents. At 77, Quincy Jones is in no danger of running out of stories."