Herb Alpert marks 60 years of making music with wife Lani Hall!
Sixty years ago this month, the release of the evocative “The Lonely Bull” would provide trumpeter Herb Alpert with his first hit single, ushering in an enormously successful career as leader of the Tijuana Brass, solo performer, record producer and co-founder of A&M Records. One of the label’s top acts was Sérgio Mendes & Brasil ‘66, signed and produced by Alpert and boasting the soulful vocal talents of Lani Hall.
Alpert and Hall later married, and in 2023 will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary. In the meantime, they remain active and energetic musicians and artists. Indeed, both will be supporting recent album releases at what promises to be an eclectic, joyous, story-filled joint performance at the Variety Playhouse on Dec. 5.
“We’ve been out the last few months on tour, and the audience is responding in a way they haven’t responded before,” enthuses Alpert on a recent call. Read the FULL ARTICLE HERE