LACMA and the Los Angeles Jazz Society proudly presents its seventh annual L.A. Jazz Treasure Award to guitarist Kenny Burrell, who made his recording debut with Dizzy Gillespie in 1961. Since then, his collaborations are a who's who in jazz history. They include Oscar Peterson, Billie Holiday, Pepper Adams, Gene Ammons, Benny Goodman, Lena Horne, and many others. An important member of the L.A jazz scene, Burrell has served as director of jazz studies at UCLA since 1996.
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Leftover Cuties have sparked a fire with music lovers with a timeless jazz-tinged sound that combines sultry vocals, pop-perfect songwriting, and seasoned musicianship. Their spellbinding first album “Places to Go” won raves from critics. Their impeccable and atmospheric live performances draw ever-growing and increasingly passionate crowds in the clubs and cabarets of their hometown Los Angeles.