Tommy LiPuma at the BCMN Conference

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The three-time Grammy award-winning producer of 29 gold or platinum records, and Chairman Emeritus of Verve Music, Tommy LiPuma will be a panelist at this year’s Berklee City Music Network Conference.  For decades LiPuma has been a major creative and innovative musical force and with more than 30 Grammy nominations he is one of the most successful pop and jazz producers ever.

Tommy LiPuma is a record producer, talent scout, and record company executive. A trained musician and saxophonist born and raised in Cleveland, LiPuma started in record promotion and quickly rose to become a celebrated producer and music industry leader. He has served in significant positions at almost every major record company including being the first staff producer at A&M Records and cofounder of Blue Thumb Records in the 1960s; the head of jazz and progressive Music at Warner Bros. through the ‘80s; and the senior vice president of A&R at Elektra and president of GRP and Impulse in the ‘90s. From 1998 to 2005, he was chairman of Verve Music, and chairman emeritus from ’05 through ’11.

He has worked with an incredible array of renowned musicians, including Barbra Streisand, Miles Davis, The Pointer Sisters, Gabor Szabo, João Donato, Hugh Masekela, Willie Nelson, Michael Bublé, Ben Sidran, Bill Evans, Antonio Carlos Jobim, David Sanborn, Earl Klugh, the Jazz Crusaders, Natalie Cole, George Benson, Al Jarreau, Anita Baker, Claudine Longet, Dave Mason, the Yellowjackets, Michael Franks, Diana Krall, Sir Paul McCartney, Randy Newman, The Crusaders, Joe Sample, Randy Crawford, Dr. John, to a few.  Check out more of his discography here.

Don’t miss Tommy LiPuma at this year’s conference.

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