Quincy Jones is an American record producer, conductor, arranger, film score composer, television producer, and trumpeter. He is widely respected and known for his extensive work in various genres of music. From jazz to soul to funk to pop and more, Jones has produced for some of the biggest names in the industry including Michael Jackson, Dinah Washington, Roland Kirk, Sarah Vaughan, Rufus & Chaka Khan, George Benson, the Brothers Johnson, and Donna Summer.
One of his most notable achievements was producing Michael Jackson's iconic album "Off the Wall" in 1979. This album is considered a classic and was followed by two more highly successful albums: "Thriller" (1982) and "Bad" (1987).
Jones is not only a talented musician but also a proud father. He has two actress daughters named Rashida Jones and Kidada Jones with actress Peggy Lipton. Additionally, he has a son named Quincy Jones III with actress Ulla Andersson.