Tribute to Lionel Hampton, an Apollo biggie, planned

March 1996
New York Amsterdam News;3/16/96, Vol. 87 Issue 11, p27
Reports that jazz musician Lionel Hampton will be honored by the Apollo Theatre Foundation, in New York City, entitled `Swing Into Spring: A Harlem Tribute to Lionel Hampton.' Names of performers; Why Hampton is being honored; Contact points.


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