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Quincy Jones Net Worth

Quincy Jones Net WorthQuincy Jones Net Worth: Quincy Jones is a record producer, conductor, music arranger, film score composer, composer, television producer, musician, trumpeter, film producer, actor. Quincy Jones was born 14-Mar-33 in Wimbledon, London. According to Forbes, Quincy Jones Net Worth is $400 Million. Influential record producer, arranger, and musician of many film scores, classic albums, and hit songs. He is perhaps best known for producing multiple albums by the great Michael Jackson, including 1982’s Thriller and 1987’s Bad. In 2013, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2013. He won 27 Grammy Awards and accumulated a total of 79 Grammy Award nominations. He refused a scholarship to Schillinger House in order to tour with Lionel Hampton instead. He and songwriter Bob Russell were the first African Americans to receive an Academy Award nomination for Best Original Song for “Their Eyes of Love,” as featured in the 1967 film “Banning” starring Robert Wagner.

Quincy Jones Net Worth is $400 Million

First Name Quincy
Middle Name Delight
Last Name Jones
Another Name Quincy Delight Jones, Jr.
Alternative Name Q
Age 84 years
Date of Birth 14th March, 1933
Place of Birth Chicago, Illinois, United States
Height 5′ 6″ (168 cm)
Build Large
Eye Brown – Dark
Hair Black
Star Sign Pisces
Sexuality Straight
Ethnicity Black
Nationality American
School James A. Garfield School, Seattle, WA (1951)
University Schillinger House (Berklee College of Music) (Dropped Out), Seattle University
Profession Record producer, Conductor, Arranger, Composer, Television Producer, Film Producer, Instrumentalist, Magazine founder, record company executive, humanitarian, and jazz trumpeter
Profession Musician
Claim to Fame Show business legend, produced `Thriller` album, `
Music Genre Rhythm and blues, Funk, Soul, Big Band, Swing, Bossa Nova, Jazz, Hip Hop, Rock And Roll, funk, soul, big band, swing, bossa nova, jazz, hip hop, rock and roll, R&B, Hip-Hop, Rock and Roll, pop
Music Genre Jazz, Piano
Year(s) Active 1951–present
Music Style Big Band, Urban, Vocal, Bop, Swing, Jazz-Pop, Crossover Jazz, Traditional Pop, R&B, Classical
Music Mood Refined/Mannered, Complex, Cerebral, Stylish, Poignant, Freewheeling, Innocent, Carefree, Intimate, Exuberant, Sensual, Gentle, Sweet, Playful, Passionate, Reserved, Romantic, Laid-Back/Mellow, Gritty, Elegant, Sophisticated, Producer
Instrument Arranger, Composer, Leader, Trumpet, Piano, Vocals
Instrument Trumpet, French horn, Drums, Vocals, Piano, Synthesizer, drums, vocals, piano, synthesizer, french horn
Record Label Warner Bros, Columbia, Mercury, Qwest, Epic, Abc, Interscope, ABC
Associated Acts Lionel Hampton, Ray Charles, Dizzy Gillespie, Toots Thielemans, Sarah Vaughn, Aaliyah, Michael Jackson, Rod Temperton, The Brothers Johnson, Frank Sinatra, Eddie Van Halen, Dinah Washington, Nana Mouskouri, Dean Martin, 2Pac, Patti Austin, Tevin Campbell, Tamia, Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, Will Smith, Trey Songz, Lesley Gore, Nikki Yanofsky, Clark Terry, Sarah Vaughan, Caiphus Semenya
Talent Agency Rogers & Cowan
Brand Endorsement (1999) TV commercial: America’s Promise (The Alliance for Youth), TV comm..
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