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Quincy Jones


About Quincy Jones

Quincy Jones is a legendary music producer, conductor and film composer.

Relationship with Jackson

Quincy is considered the man behind the success of Michael Jackson's "Thriller" and "Bad". However, in September 2008, he refused to help Jackson saying he is busy working on a big tribute collection set for next spring.

Professional Biography

Other Professional Information

Quincy Jones in News

Forbidden Saints & Winners of American Idol and So You Think You Can Dance Among the Performers at NobleCon12 Networking Events

Hollywood's Hottest Stars Gather for 7th Annual "Be Beautiful Be Yourself" Fashion Show Benefiting Global Down Syndrome Foundation
DENVER, CO--(Marketwired - October 19, 2015) - Actors Terrence Howard (Empire), Beau Bridges (Masters of Sex), Minka Kelly (Friday Night Lights), John C

2015 Emmy Nominee Beau Bridges and Actress Minka Kelly Support Global Down Syndrome Foundation
DENVER, CO--(Marketwired - September 08, 2015) - Actors Beau Bridges and Minka Kelly have joined the roster of Hollywood stars supporting Global Down Syndrome Foundation's 7th annual "Be Beautiful Be Yourself Fashion Show" on Saturday, October 24, 2015, at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver.

Actress Jamie Brewer to Receive the Quincy Jones Exceptional Advocacy Award From the Global Down Syndrome Foundation
DENVER, CO--(Marketwired - July 28, 2015) - Actress and activist Jamie Brewer has been named the recipient of the 2015 Quincy Jones Exceptional Advocacy Award by the Global Down Syndrome Foundation. She will accept the award at the 7th annual Be Beautiful Be Yourself Fashion Show at the Colorado Convention Center on October 24, 2015, in Denver, CO.

Quincy Jones' Jazz Foundation of America to Honor Herbie Hancock at the 13th Annual 'A Great Night in Harlem' on Friday, October 24, at the Apollo Theater
WHO: The Jazz Foundation of America presents the 13th annual 'A Great Night in Harlem' gala concert to benefit their Jazz Musicians Emergency Fund

Chicago Born Grammy Award Winning Modern Jazz Trumpeter Maurice Brown: Three Night Residency, Andy's Jazz Club October 16 - October 18, 2014
"Essentially, Brown and his quintet have found the place where jazz, soul and pop converge, shortchanging none of these languages but drawing eloquently from each of them." - Chicago Tribune "Hearing Maurice Brown play lets me know that jazz is in good hands going forward. He plays with a love of the history of jazz but he's also determined to add a new chapter to the story

Digney Mario Public Relations Celebrates Its First Year
One year ago, Hollywood PR guru Lee Solters' longtime partner, Jerry Digney, a native of Needham, MA, and a 1968 high school graduate, changed the name of their storied PR firm, one of the industry's last remaining independent pr firms, to Digney Mario & Company Public Relations (www.digneymariopr.com), located at Hollywood & Vine, in the historic Taft Building.

Veteran L.A.-Based Jazz Songstress Cheryl Barnes Makes It Exciting to 'Listen to This,' Her Eclectic New Indie Album Whose Singles 'Come to Me' and 'Come in From the Cold' Are Catching Fire in Different Radio Formats
A rapidly emerging, fresh and powerful voice on the contemporary jazz scene, Cheryl Barnes (www.cheryldbarnes.com) has only one request to make when people get ahold of her new multi-faceted independent full-length album: Listen to This.

Canadian Music Week Wraps Up Its 32nd Successful Festival & Conference-Announces 2015 Dates as May 5 to 9
On the heels of one of its most successful years yet, Canadian Music Week is pleased to announce its 2015 dates. The festival will return to Toronto for another week of conferences, awards, film, comedy and music from May 5 to 9, 2015.

Unauthorized, Experimental Documentary on Jay Z's Controversial Biography Debuts as One of Best-Selling Documentaries on iTunes and Google Play
A new documentary by Moguldom Studios offers a fascinating yet uncomfortably candid peek into Shawn "Jay Z" Carter's past. Since its debut in March, A Genius Leaves the Hood: The Unauthorized Story of Jay Z continues to climb the sales charts at the major digital distribution channels, including iTunes and Google Play, and is now one of the best-selling documentaries in the world.

Canadian Music Week Announces Celebrity Interview: Quincy Jones, Saturday, May 10th, Presented by JAZZ.FM91
Editor's note: There is one photo associated with this press release.

Hit Songwriters and GI Jams Creators Denny Randell and Biddy Schippers Are Honored With a Special Commemorative Plaque at the Pentagon, Presented by Paul D. Patrick, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Reserve Affairs
Founders of GI Jams® (www.gijams.com) and hit songwriters Denny Randell and Biddy Schippers were recognized at The Pentagon at the United States Department of Defense in Arlington, Va. during a special presentation of honor on June 14, 2013, where a dedicated plaque was presented to them by Major General, U.S. Army (Retired) Paul D

Hit Songwriters and Creators of GIJams.com, Denny Randell and Biddy Schippers, to Be Honored at The Pentagon June 14
GI Jams® founders Denny Randell and Biddy Schippers have been invited by Marine Col Joseph Krumm to The Pentagon at the United States Department of Defense in Arlington, Va. for a special presentation of honor on June 14, 2013.

2013 Marian Anderson Award Will Go to Berry Gordy
Mayor Michael A. Nutter announced today that Berry Gordy -- the legendary force behind the creation of Motown and many of America's top pop music stars -- will receive the 2013 Marian Anderson Award

XLrator Media Partners With Leading Multicultural Health and Wellness Movement "Feel Rich"
XLrator Media has teamed up with leading lifestyle brand "Feel Rich" (www.feelrich.com) to produce an inspirational feature film about the urban health and fitness movement

Legendary Jazz Entrepreneur Larry Rosen Celebrates 30th Anniversary of GRP Records and 5th Anniversary of JAZZ ROOTS
"Larry Rosen's JAZZ ROOTS is the most important new concert and educational jazz series in America." - Quincy Jones

The Company Men to Perform at Key Club Hollywood With American Idol Finalist LaToya London on July 26
Eileen Koch & Company Inc. is elated to represent The Company Men (www.thecompanymen.com), one of the hottest new singing quartet groups in the US. Not your typical "boy band" these talented men bring a new musical experience to audiences through recreating tunes from the past, and mixing them with today's hits

A&M Records Celebrates 50th Birthday With Release of 3-CD Set -- THE ANNIVERSARY COLLECTION Due Out August 28
It's an archetypal story of the modern record business -- two guys with a dream running their nascent label out of a West Hollywood garage in the summer of 1962. The label quickly gains momentum and eventually becomes one of the most important record companies the world has ever seen.

Trevor Rabin to Receive ASCAP Henry Mancini Award at 27th ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards
ASCAP (The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers) will honor composer Trevor Rabin at the 27th annual ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards, taking place June 21, 2012 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles, California. Rabin will be presented with the distinguished ASCAP Henry Mancini Award

Verve/Universal Recording Artist Brian Culbertson Releases the Dreams EP Featuring R&B/Soul Favorites Vivian Green & Stokley Williams of Mint Condition
This summer, prolific R&B/Jazz musician Brian Culbertson invites you to close your eyes, open your ears, and fall deep into a lush world of musical fantasy with his breathtaking thirteenth album Dreams (Verve/Universal)

Judy Garland's Bel Air mansion up for sale at 7 million dollars
Judy Garland's Bel Air mansion has hit the real estate market with a price tag of 7.1 million dollars, after going through a facelift.

Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux set to buy $22m house in Bel-Air
Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux have taken their relationship to the next level, as they have reportedly planned to buy a 22-million-dollar home together in Bel-Air.

MJ was 'a bit of an alien' to most people, says Rashida Jones
'The Social Network' star Rashida Jones, who grew up around the late pop singer Michael Jackson because of his close friendship with her father, has revealed that he was a ''bit of an alien'' to most people.

Zsa Zsa Gabor celebrates 25th anniversary with Frederic von Anhalt
American TV and film actress Zsa Zsa Gabor celebrated her 25th wedding anniversary with ninth husband Frederic von Anhalt with a star-packed party.

Sinatra's tuxedo shirt bought for $5 at yard sale could earn big at auction
A tuxedo shirt that belonged to late singer/actor Frank Sinatra and which had been bought for just 5 dollars at a yard sale will be sold to the highest bidder at an auction.

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