Jon Hendricks

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Award-winning jazz vocal legend Hendricks is the father of jazz 'vocalese': singing words to previously instrumental melodies. Best remembered for his 1985 album 'Vocalese', which earned him seven Grammys, he is a forebear to the likes of Mark Murphy, Kurt Elling and a contemporary of the great John Lucien, and remains, effortlessly hip, at the top of the pantheon of jazz singers.
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