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?uestlove (Uncredited)

?uestlove

?uestlove’s father was Lee Andrews of Lee Andrews & The Hearts, a 50s doo-wop group. His parents did not want to leave him with babysitters, and took ?uestlove on tour with them. He grew up in backstages of doo-wop shows, and began drumming at the age of two. By the age of seven, ?uestlove began drumming on stage at shows, and by 13, had become a musical director.As a teenager, ?uestlove’s parents enrolled him at the Philadelphia High School for the Creative and Performing Arts.

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Target Family Night: RAISE UP – YOUNG PEOPLE TAKING ON THE DROP OUT CRISIS 9/28/14: Target Family Night: RAISE UP – YOUNG PEOPLE TAKING ON THE DROP OUT CRISIS

Youth Speaks, in collaboration with the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Millennium Stage, present an evening to celebrate the winners of the national spoken word competition designed to foster discussion among young people and adults about the challenges and opportunities students face as they strive to stay on the path to graduation. Hosted by D.C. hip-hop artist Gabriel “Asheru” Benn, the program will feature performances from each of the five winners, plus an appearance by DJ Questlove and Black Thought, NPR’s Glynn Washington, and Hill Harper.  The RAISE Up project is part of American Graduate - Let's Make It Happen! - a public media initiative to address the drop out crisis, supported by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.  Free general admission tickets will be distributed in the Hall of Nations starting at approximately 4:30 p.m., up to 2 tickets per person.

Target Family Night: RAISE UP – YOUNG PEOPLE TAKING ON THE DROP OUT CRISIS

Youth Speaks, in collaboration with the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Millennium Stage, present an evening to celebrate the winners of the national spoken word competition designed to foster discussion among young people and adults about the challenges and opportunities students face as they strive to stay on the path to graduation. Hosted by D.C. hip-hop artist Gabriel “Asheru” Benn, the program will feature performances from each of the five winners, plus an appearance by DJ Questlove and Black Thought, NPR’s Glynn Washington, and Hill Harper.  The RAISE Up project is part of American Graduate - Let's Make It Happen! - a public media initiative to address the drop out crisis, supported by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.  Free general admission tickets will be distributed in the Hall of Nations starting at approximately 4:30 p.m., up to 2 tickets per person.
An American Playlist: An Evening of Music and Verse 7/18/10: An American Playlist: An Evening of Music and Verse

Young spoken word artists and MCs from across the U.S. join forces with DC go-go favorites Mambo Sauce and Black Thought and ?uestlove of The Roots. A Target Arts & Wonder Free Family Event. Visit An American Playlist for more information.

An American Playlist: An Evening of Music and Verse

Young spoken word artists and MCs from across the U.S. join forces with DC go-go favorites Mambo Sauce and Black Thought and ?uestlove of The Roots. A Target Arts & Wonder Free Family Event. Visit An American Playlist for more information.

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