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HUNTERTONES

THURSDAY
March 2
Show: $25
Dinner & Show: $75
Show Time: 8pm



Huntertones is a high energy horn-driven group founded in Columbus, OH and currently based in Brooklyn, NY. Their signature sound is a marriage of inspired improvisation and adventurous compositions that meld jazz, funk, soul, hip-hop, R&B, and rock.

In 2016 Huntertones embarked on a month-long tour of North America, South America, and Africa through the American Music Abroad program. They were selected by the U.S. Department of State and the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs to engage international audiences, students, and artists from around the globe. In September, Huntertones released their second album, Live. This record captures the band in its element, performing genre-bending music while feeding on the energy of a hometown crowd.

Individually, members of Huntertones have compiled a diverse resume of collaborations with top artists in the pop, jazz, soul, and musical theater worlds. This includes work with Jon Batiste and Stay Human (The Late Show with Stephen Colbert), Snarky Puppy, and more.


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MARY WILSON of the Supremes

Friday & Saturday
March 3 & 4
Show: $60
Dinner & Show: $110
Friday: 8 & 10pm
Saturday: 8 & 10pm
Show: $60
Dinner & Show: $110


It was a vision of musical stardom as a Detroit teen that inspired Mary
Wilson, along with Diana Ross and Florence Ballard, to found one of the most
successful female singing groups in recording history � The Supremes. With an unprecedented 12 number-one hits, including five in a row � �Where Did
Our Love Go,� �Baby Love,� �Stop, In The Name Of Love,� and �Back in My Arms
Again� � The Supremes set the precedent for super group success. Since
then, Wilson has written a best-selling autobiography, performed on stage and
screen, lectured and toured the world, and continues to be looked up to as a
singer who set the standard for females in the recording industry.

To this day Wilson continues to tour under the moniker of Mary Wilson of
The Original Supremes, and has performed for handfuls of celebrities and
politicians all over the world, including The Clintons at The White House and Britian's Queen Mother.

In 1988, The Supremes were inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame,
receiving the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award, which Wilson personally accepted.

"If Wilson�s command of stage and song surprises people, then they just haven�t really been listening for the past 30 years or so." - PopEntertainment.com


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ANAT COHEN QUARTET

THURSDAY
March 9
Show: $30
Dinner and Show: $80
Show Time: 8pm


Clarinetist-saxophonist Anat Cohen has won hearts and minds the world over with her expressive virtuosity and delightful stage presence. Reviewing one of Anat’s headlining sets with her quartet at the North See Jazz Festival, DownBeat said: “Cohen not only proved to be a woodwind revelation of dark tones and delicious lyricism, but also a dynamic bandleader who danced and shouted out encouragement to her group – whooping it up when pianist Jason Lindner followed her clarinet trills on a Latin-flavored number. . ."

The Jazz Journalists Association has voted Anat as Clarinetist of the Year eight years in a row, and she has topped both the Critics and Readers Polls in the clarinet category in DownBeat magazine every year since 2011. That’s not to mention years of being named Rising Star in the soprano and tenor saxophone categories in DownBeat, as well as for Jazz Artist of the Year. In 2009, ASCAP awarded Anat a Wall of Fame prize for composition and musicianship, among other honors. Earning this acclaim, Anat has toured the world with her quartet, headlining at the Newport, Umbria, SF Jazz and North Sea jazz festivals as well as at such hallowed clubs as New York’s Village Vanguard and at Columbia University’s prestigious Miller Theatre.


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CARMEN LUNDY

FRIDAY
MARCH 10
Show: $30
Dinner & Show: $80
Show Times: 8 and 10pm


Jazz singer, composer and arranger Carmen Lundy hails from Miami, Florida and received her B.M. degree from the University of Miami. In 1978, Lundy moved to NYC, where she worked with numerous Jazz veterans. In 1985, she released her first solo album entitled Good Morning Kiss, which topped the Billboard chart for 23 weeks. She will release her 15th album in February 2017, titled Code Noir. In April 2016, Carmen Lundy was honored with the 2016 Lifetime Achievement in Jazz Award by Black Women In Jazz and The Arts, based in Atlanta, GA.

Carmen Lundy�s work as a vocalist and composer has been critically acclaimed by The New York Times, The Village Voice, The Los Angeles Times, Variety, The Washington Post, Jazz Times, Jazziz, Downbeat and Vanity Fair among others, as well as numerous foreign publications.

"I would like to call your attention to an authentic jazz singer named Carmen Lundy. She's got it all." - Gary Giddins, The Village Voice


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WAYNE ESCOFFERY QUARTET

SATURDAY
March 11
Show: $30
Dinner & Show: $80
Show Times: 8 & 10pm


Wayne Escoffery Quartet - w/David Kikoski, Ralph Peterson and Ugonna Okegwo

Since moving to New York City in 2000, London born Grammy Award winning tenor saxophonist Wayne Escoffery has become one of the Jazz world's most talented rising stars and in-demand sidemen. At only 38 he has recorded eight CDs as a leader and been on numerous recordings as a sideman.

"His determination to make original music from familiar jazz elements made the expat Londoner's return to his hometown exciting." - John Fordham, theguardian.com (London)


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HECTOR MARTIGNON'S FOREIGN AFFAIR

THURSDAY
March 16
Show: $25
Dinner & Show: $75
Show Time: 8pm


Hector Martignon's "Foreign Affair with Christos Rafalides, Samuel Torres, Rudyck Vidal

Hector Martignon's multi-Grammy nominated music spans continents and genres, honed by his multicultural, multilingual background; a sound intent on removing walls and borders of every kind.

Hector Martignon's latest endeavor is a new incarnation of Foreign Affair, a small ensemble project of intimate minimalist intesity Eventsthat weds piano, vibes, dual percussion and bass for crisply rhythmic and vibrant sound - a sound that allows space for all of the melodies and soft, delicate intracacies underneath to engage the listener.


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SOMI

SATURDAY
March 18
Show: $35
Dinner & Show: $85
Show Time: 8 & 10pm


SOMI

Born in Illinois to immigrants from Rwanda and Uganga, African and Jazz legacies are crucial to Somi's sound. Referred to as a modern-day Miriam Makeba, JazzTimes magazine describes her performance as "the earthy gutsiness of Nina Simone blended with the fluid vocal beauty of Dianne Reeves," while Billboard remarks that she's "all elegance and awe... utterly captivating."

Somi is a TED Senior Fellow, inaugural Association of Performing Arts Presenters Fellow, founder of the non-profit New Africa Live, and a two-time recipient of the Doris Duke Foundation's French-American Jazz Exchange Composers’ Grant. She was a 2015 Artist-inResidence at UCLA's Center for the Art of Performance and The Robert Rauschenberg Foundation.

Somi's new recording, Petite Afrique is set for Spring 2017 release


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FRED HERSCH TRIO

THURSDAY
March 23
Show: $30
Dinner and Show: $80
Show Time: 8pm


A select member of jazzs piano pantheon, Fred Hersch is a pervasively influential creative force who has shaped the musics course over more than three decades as an improviser, composer, educator, bandleader, collaborator and recording artist. An eight-time Grammy Award nominee, he continues to earn jazzs most prestigious awards, including recent distinctions as a 2016 Doris Duke Artist and 2016 Jazz Pianist of the Year from the Jazz Journalists Association.

Proclaimed "the most arrestingly innovative pianist in jazz over the last decade" by Vanity Fair, Hersch has long defined jazzs creative edge in a wide variety of settings, from his breathtaking solo recitals and exploratory duos to his extraordinary trios and innovative chamber settings. With some three dozen albums to his credit as a leader or co-leader, Hersch consistently wins an international array of awards and lavish critical praise for his albums. His latest release, Sunday Night at the Vanguard (Palmetto), is a definitive statement by his long-running trio with bassist John Hbert and drummer Eric McPherson.


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BUSTER WILLIAMS "SOMETHING MORE" QUARTET

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
March 24 and 25
Show: $35
Dinner and Show: $85
Show Time: 8pm


Buster Williams "Something More" Quartet featuring Stefon Harris, Lenny White and George Colligan


Grammy Award winner Buster Williams is a prodigious artist whose playing knows no limits. He has played, recorded and collaborated with jazz giants such as Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock, Art Blakey, Betty Carter, Branford and Wynton Marsalis and many others. Williams tours frequently with his own group, "Something More" and Scullers is pleased to present this edition of his band.

"When it came time for Williams' solo, the man reminded listeners why he holds an esteemed position among the world's most accomplished jazz bassists. The infallibility of his pitch, the sureness of his time, the alacrity of his technique and the high melodicism of even his staccato passages must be the envy of bass players everywhere.” Howard Reich - The Chicago Tribune

Stefon Harris just won the JazzTimes Critic's Poll for #1 vibraphonist! Harris first joined Buster's band in the mid-90s through a recommendation from trombonist Steve Turre. Harris tours the world with his own band, Blackout, as well as with the SF Jazz Collective. He has also performed with Kenny Barron, Steve Turre and David Sanborn, among others.

The word versatile could be used to describe drummer Lenny White, starting with his tenure in one of the ground-breaking fusion bands, Chick Corea's Return to Forever. Along with Jack DeJohnette and Don Alias, White performed with Miles Davis on the Grrammy Award-winning album Bitches Brew.

Pianst George Colligan is an in-demand pianist, currenty performing with Buster Williams' "Something More" and drummer Jack DeJohnette's New Quintet. Colligan's resume also includes performances with Tom Harrell, Christian McBride, Cassandra Wilson just to name a few. Colligan is also and award-winning composer and Professor at Portland State University.


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LADIES OF BLUES & SOUL

THURSDAY
March 30
Show: $25
Dinner and Show: $75
Show Time: 8pm


Ladies of Blues and Soul

featuring Diane Blue-vocals and harmonica, Lisa Mann-bass and vocals, Myanna-saxophone, Alizon Lissance-keyboards and vocals, Diane Gately-drums and Wendy Sobel-guitar and vocals.

Ladies of Blues andSoul is a one-of-a-kind supergroup with several powerhouse bandleaders, each performing their own original music as well as blues and R&B classics.


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