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Connecting The World Through Music (David Foster)
Music is one of the greatest equalizers, bringing together people from all different social and cultural backgrounds for a shared human experience that transcends all boundaries.
David Foster has been called “Maestro to the stars.” The Canadian-born musician, record producer, songwriter, composer, and arranger has collaborated with some of the greatest superstars in music – across many genres. He’s known as the HIT MAN. Somehow, everything he touches turns to gold or platinum and he knows how to spot talent that audiences love. He’s discovered and worked with some of the music industry’s greatest singers including Celine Dion, Michael Buble, Josh Groban, Andrea Bocelli, and many more. David has also won 16 Grammy Awards, including three for Producer of the Year, an Emmy Award, and has had three Oscar Nominations for “Best Original Song.”
Legendary super producer David Foster joins Mike Walter in the Los Angeles studio to talk about his golden musical touch.
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