Herbie Hancock gathers a large band featuring Michael Brecker on saxophone, Naoko Terai on violin, Roberto Fonseca en piano, Niels Molvaer on trumpet and many more at “Tokyo Jazz Festival 2002” in Tokyo, Japan >> 34 MINUTES on RVM
 Dorothy Donegan, Michel Camilo, Joe Henderson, Herbie Hancock, Bobby McFerrin, Wynton Marsalis, Joe Williams and even Bill Clinton will perform at the celebration of the 40th anniversary of the Newport Jazz Festival held at the White House in Washington DC >> 29 MINUTES >>
 now on their own without Herbie Hancock, the Headhunters – that is Mike Clark (d), Paul Jackson (b, voc), Bennie Maupin (s, cl), DeWayne Blackbyrd McKnight (g, voc) and Bill Summers (perc) – perform at Winterland in San Francisco, CA >> 38 MINUTES >>
 electro/jazz keyboardist Herbie Hancock and the Rock It Band – that is Bernard Fowler (Voc, Keyb), Grandmixer DST (Turntables, Keyb, Voc), Jeff Bova ( Keyb), Anton Fier (Dr, Perc), Wayne Braithwait (Bg, Voc) and JT Lewis (D) – perform at the Hammersmith Odeon in London >> 46 MINUTES on RVM >>
 you do not miss Nnenna Freelon backed by Herbie Hancock, Pat Metheny, Christian McBride and T.S. Monk on the ABC program “A Celebration of America’s Music” >> 3 MINUTES on RVM >>
 the Herbie Hancock Quartet – that is Herbie Hancock (p), Greg Osby (s), Buster Williams (b) and Al Foster (d) – performs for the “13th Jazz Festival” at Fabrik in Hamburg, Germany >> 65 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Herbie Hancock performs at Newport Jazz Festival >> 79 MINUTES on RVM
 the Herbie Hancock Quintet – that is Herbie Hancock (kb), Lili Haydn (viol), Lionel Loueke (g), Matt Garrison (b) and Richie Barshay (d) – performs at “Jazz Open” at Liederhalle in Stuttgart, Germany >> 59 MINUTES >>
 the Herbie Hancock Trio performs at “Newport Jazz Festival” in Newport, RI >> 64 MINUTES on RVM
 Gregory Porter opens for Herbie Hancock (and may join him for an encore) at the Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA >> 11 MINUTES >>
 Herbie Hancock plays with Chris Potter (s), Lionel Loueke (g), Dave Holland (b), Vinnie Colaiuta (d), Sonya Kitchell (voc) and Amy Keys (voc) at “Vitoria-Gasteiz Jazz Festival” in Spain >> 71 MINUTES >>
 Herbie Hancock plus Nathan East, Lionel Loueke & Vinnie Colaiuta performs at the “AVO Session” in Basel, Switzerland. >> 74 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Herbie Hancock performs at “Jazz Fest” in Wien, Austria >> 9 MINUTES >>
 Herbie Hancock‘s Mwandishi – that is Herbie Hancock (kb), Bennie Maupin (ss, fl, bcl), Julian Priester (tb), Ed Henderson (tp), Buster Williams (b) and Billy Hart (d) – will be at Studio de Joinville le Pont, near Paris, France to tape a show for French TV called “Jazz Harmonie” >> 7 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Herbie Hancock is with Alphonse Monzon (d), Bennie Maupin (ts, ss), Paul Jackson (el b), Bill Summers (perc), Ray Obiedo (g) and Webster Lewis (kb) at Chelsea College in London >> 40 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Herbie Hancock shares the stage with Buster Williams (b) and Al Foster (d) at “Montreux Jazz Festival” in Switzerland >> 88 MINUTES >>
Wikipedia : This day (April 12, 1940 ), in Chicago, Illinois, is born Herbert Jeffrey Herbie Hancock, an American pianist, keyboardist and composer.
Official Site : Herbie was a child piano prodigy who performed a Mozart piano concerto with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra at age 11. He began playing jazz in high school, initially influenced by Oscar Peterson and Bill Evans. He also developed a passion for electronics and science, and double-majored in music and electrical engineering at Grinnell College.
@Facebook : Depending on the day, Herbie Hancock might perform any number of roles. He’s the nation’s first-call jazz ambassador, a futuristic technology advocate, a dedicated educator, and of course, an American music luminary. Most of all, like all great artists he makes things new again. He did it for us with The New Standard, when he found the swing and the meaning in pop classics. He did it with his kaleidoscopic take on Gershwin’s World—and took home three Grammy® awards for it.
@last.fm : As part of Miles Davis’ “second great quintet” Hancock helped redefine the role of a jazz rhythm section, and was later one of the first jazz musicians to embrace synthesizers and jazz funk. Yet for all his restless experimentation, Hancock’s music is often melodic and accessible; he has had many songs “crossover” and achieve success among pop audiences. Probably the most influential era in Herbie Hancock’s extensive career is with the ”Headhunters” ensemble during the mid-late 70’s, including (among others) Paul Jackson on bass, Bennie Maupin on saxophones, Harvey Mason on drums, ”Wah Wah” Watson on guitar and Bill Summers on percussion.
@Discogs : Hancock is one of the best known modern jazz composers, creator of “Watermelon man” (which has been a basic reference point throughout his career), “Maiden Voyage”, “Dolphin Dance”, right through to the dance grooves of “Rockit”. Hancock also has the distinction of having made the largest-selling jazz record of all time in “Head Hunters”.