Alan Hicks

Musician, filmmaker

Musician, filmmaker

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Quincy Jones--the legendary musician, producer and humanitarian--is the subject of the new documentary ‘Quincy,’ now streaming on Netflix.

Quincy Jones and Alan Hicks on ‘Quincy’

Quincy Jones--the legendary musician, producer and humanitarian--is the subject of the new documentary ‘Quincy,’ now streaming on Netflix.

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