Herbie Hancock is a true icon of modern music. Throughout his explorations, he has transcended limitations and genres while maintaining his unmistakable voice. With an illustrios career spanning five decades and 14 Grammy® Awards.
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At various points along the four-decade continuum of George Benson’s career, he has been heralded as a jazz guitarist of unparalleled chops, a vocalist with great emotional range and sophistication or a combination of both. However, he regards himself as an entertainer in the broadest sense of the word – a singer of songs, a spinner of tales. That’s the essence, Songs and Stories.
Tony Hadley, the eldest son of Josephine and Patrick, was born at The Royal Free Hospital, Islington, London on 2 June 1960. Tony attended Dame Alice Owen’s Grammar School and thought his future lay in medicine but, after winning a holiday singing competition, decided that his vocation was as a singer. The rest is history.
She was 19 when she signed her first record contract. In 1973, Gloria made history as Billboard gave birth to the Disco Action Charts. "Never Can Say Good-Bye" bowed at 1 on the charts and became the first Dance Song to reach one status in dance music.
THE VEGETABLE ORCHESTRA
Worldwide one of a kind, the Vegetable Orchestra performs on instruments made of fresh vegetables. The utilization of various ever refined vegetable instruments creates a musically and aesthetically unique sound universe. The Vegetable Orchestra was founded in 1998.
WALT WHITMAN & THE SOUL CHILDREN OF CHICAGO
Organized in October 1981, the Soul Children of Chicago, under the leadership of Walt W. Whitman Jr., was created as an alternative program for African American at risk youth in the community to creatively express themselves and their exuberant energy through music. It's a non-profit organization.
BUDAPEST GYPSY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
The "Budapest Gypsy Symphony Orchestra", is the World’s largest gypsy symphony Orchestra. It has been founded in 1985, when Sándor Járóka, at the time Hungary's most famous "primas" (gypsy soloist) died. All Hungarian gypsy musicians after the funeral ceremony began to play.
Layla B'Canaan (a night in Cannan) is a French -Israeli international collaboration debuted in Jerusalem in October 2012. This exclusive collaboration features Parisian accordion virtuoso, Jean-Louis Matinier. In October 2012 Matinier visited Israel for three collaborative concerts with leading Israeli musicians.