Quincy Jones Honored At Montreux Jazz Festival

The legendary American music producer, Quincy Jones was honored at the Montreux Jazz Festival: an annual event where he served as co-director in the 90's and continues to be a regular feature. Jones received a medal and silver plaque from the Swiss lakeside city stating that a hall had been renamed after him.


“Man, it sure feels be good to be back in my second home. It feels like family, it is family,” Jones told the crowd at the House of Jazz. A  new venue for 600.


Quincy has done a lot of amazing things in the past. Being honored like this really takes the cake. He has worked with some of Isina’s Mentors in the past and we couldn't be more proud of him winning the medal and silver plaque.

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