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BECK was born in Los Angeles, and has been exploring and recording music since the late 1980s. His first major release was in 1993 and spawned the classic indie-rock singalong, “Loser.” Nearly a dozen records later, Beck continues to produce compelling, unpredictable, and artfully relevant music. In the last few years, Beck launched a project with other musicians to cover entire albums in one day, and has posted them on his website. Through this project, called Record Club, he has explored music from Leonard Cohen, Skip Spence, Yanni, and others, with collaborators including Thurston Moore, Jeff Tweedy, and Leslie Feist. Having won three Grammys, Beck continues to experiment with a variety of styles, collaborators, producers, and musical partners, including recently working with Charlotte Gainsbourg, the daughter of Serge, on her musical career in Paris. This marks Beck’s third time performing at the Hollywood Bowl. The first was in 2004, as a special guest with French band AIR on their show with the orchestra; the second was a sold-out headlining show in 2008, supported by Spoon and MGMT. Beck’s father, David Campbell, is an accomplished arranger and conductor, and they made their father-son performance debut at the Bowl’s 2008 show.