Herbie Hancock and Lang Lang at the Albert Hall
It was a marketing man's dream: the world's starriest, flashiest classical pianist, Lang Lang, together with one of the giants of jazz piano, Herbie Hancock.
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#1 Jul 16, 2009
Oh this article was written by that famous pianist Ivan Hewitt, He
Played in .... oh no that wasn't him .... oh then there was that other band ??? No not him either .... hummmm I guess I'd have to ask who the heck is Ivan Hewitt .... and why would his review of Herbie Hancock .... I know who he is and Lang Lang ...... know him too, actually matter to anyone .... other than.... oh let's say Ivan's Mother?
Now if Vaughan freakin Williams had made that statement you'd actually have a story, but when a guy named Ivan walks into RAH and writes a review ..... it's not actually news it just just a guy named Ivan
talking about something he wishes he could actually do.
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