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EAST BAY SOUL

Friday
April 1
Show: $35
Dinner & Show: $75
Show Time: 8 & 10pm



GREG ADAMS and EAST BAY SOUL
NEW CD IS THAT'S LIFE

Greg Adams, a founding member of Tower of Power, is the driving force behind East Bay Soul. The expansive ensemble is a blend of Funk Jazz, R&B and Soul. East Bay Soul with a most soulful ensemble creates a union that has been nothing short of musical wizardry. Their extraordinary combined talents all bring incredible energy to the music with heart and soul. East Bay Soul is dedicated to a singular vision of bringing their brand of funk and the magic of their live performance into every note they play.

In his new musical pursuit Grammy and Emmy nominated trumpeter Greg Adams continues his artistic evolution alongside East Bay Soul with the dynamic THAT’S LIFE – A collection of eleven songs that fuses his love for vintage soul music, pop, with powerful horns and gorgeous orchestration.


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JOEY ALEXANDER

Saturday
April 2
Show: $35
Dinner & Show: $75
Show Time: 8 & 10pm


PIANIST JOEY ALEXANDER
NEW CD IS MY FAVORITE THINGS

12 year old pianist Joey Alexander mesmerized a sold out crowd at Scullers Jazz Club in April of 2015. By popular demand he is back at Scullers for one night only.

An extraordinary and uniquely gifted pianist from Bali, Joey Alexander marks his recording debut with the release of My Favorite Things, nominated as Best Instrumental Jazz Album for the 2016 Grammy Awards and another Grammy nomination for Best Improvised Jazz Solo on John Coltrane's Giant Steps. Alexander is the youngest nominee ever in these two categories!

Alexander was recently featured on CBS's award-winning show, 60 Minutes, with his mentor/champion, Wynton Marsalis. He has also appeared on the Today Show, CNN and NBC Nightly News and has been profiled in The New York Times, Vanity Fair and Town and Country magazine.

Wynton Marsalis has featured Joey with the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra and Joey had his Newport Jazz Festival debut this past summer and has already been booked for Newport Jazz Festival 2016.

Joey Alexander is one of today's most talked-about jazz artists and Scullers Jazz Club is very excited he will be returning on April 2!

"He's really got the essence of the music together, beyond the mechanics and the notes and the technique,which he obviously has." -bassist Larry Grenadier



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FREDDIE JACKSON

Saturday & Sunday
April 9 & 10
Show: $48
Dinner & Show: $88
Show Time:
Saturday: 8 & 10pm
Sunday: 4 & 7pm


With 11 number 1 hits, 2 Grammy nominations, and an American Music Award, Freddie Jackson is an R&B icon.

To urban contemporary listeners, Freddie Jackson is one of the biggest stars of the latter half of the ’80s, dominating the R&B charts seemingly at will. Jackson’s forte is sophisticated, romantic soul ballads aimed at adult audiences, but he is also capable of tackling urban contemporary dance fare and even the occasional jazz tune.

Jackson has two Platinum recordings: Rock Me Tonight topped the R&B album charts and went platinum. Jackson wasted no time issuing a follow-up set; Just Like the First Time appeared in 1986 on the heels of a number one R&B duet with Melba Moore, “A Little Bit More” (from her album A Lot of Love). Another platinum-seller, Just Like the First Time continued Jackson’s incredible dominance of the R&B singles charts.

With million-selling albums and adoring concert audiences, Mr. Jackson clearly sets a mood that people want to share. - Jon Pareles/New York Times



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MATT BAKER and the TRIO

Thursday
April 14
Show: $25
Dinner & Show: $65
Show Time: 8pm


MATT BAKER and the TRIO

with Matt Baker-piano, Jim Cammack-bass and Darrian Douglas-drums

Matt Baker and The Trio, a fiery New York contemporary jazz ensemble, will be presenting music from their new album. Direct from the core of the big apple and featuring Jim Cammack on double bass (30 years with the Ahmad Jamal Trio) and young drumming sensation Darrian Douglas, the trio plays with a sound capturing the spirit of underground New York jazz, presenting an exciting program of fresh-arranged jazz standards and more - A night of swingin’ jazz with a contemporary edge!

Australian Jazz Pianist Matt Baker has performed at jazz festivals, clubs and concert halls in Australia, Europe, USA and the Pacific. As of 2010, he is now proud to call New York City his home.

In July 2015, Baker recorded his 5th album (currently untitled), with producer Matt Pierson, due for release early 2016. The album features tenor saxophonist Joel Frahm, along with Luques Curtis on bass, Obed Calvaire on drums and guitarist Lage Lund.

Matt regularly plays in the top NYC jazz clus, including engagements at Birdland, Smalls Jazz Club, The Zinc Bar, The Iridium, Le Cirque, and Bemelmans Bar in The Carlyle Hotel He performs professionally with some of New York’s top musicians including Joel Frahm, Gregory Hutchinson, Marco Panascia, Jim Cammack, Jerome Jennings, Dayna Stephens, and once performed an impromptu duo set with trumpet legend Roy Hargrove at Smalls Jazz Club. Matt has also toured as Pianist and Musical Director for multi-platinum recording artist Patrizio Buanne, and Grammy award winning singer Judy Collins.

Matt Baker tied fifth place in the 2003 Montreux International Solo Jazz Piano competition and was a semi-finalist in 2004 and 2005. The Montreux Jazz Festival also engaged The Matt Baker Trio as their exclusive in-house band 2 years straight, where they performed 17 nights in the Montreux Festival Jazz Club, accompanying and supporting many of the festivals headlining artists.

“The Australian piano whiz..”
Stephen Holden, The New York Times, Oct 2014

“Swings confidently ... full of clever reharmonizations and hip syncopation. The threesome demonstrates seamless group chemistry.”
Bill Milkowski, JAZZ TIMES, April 2012



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DAVID GILMORE & ENERGIES OF CHANGE

Thursday
April 21
Show: $30
Dinner & Show: $70
Show Time: 8pm


GUITARIST DAVID GILMORE & ENERGIES OF CHANGE

DAVID GILMORE has recorded and performed with many of today’s most influential modern artists. He has worked with Wayne Shorter (appearing on Mr.
Shorter’s Grammy Award winning album, High Life (Verve)), Dave Douglas, Muhal Richard Abrams, Sam Rivers, Steve Coleman, Cassandra Wilson, Don
Byron, Uri Caine, Randy Brecker, David Sanborn, Ron Blake, Carolyn Leonhart and Christian McBride, among many others. He has also made notable contributions to such pop acts as Me’shell N’Degeocello, Melissa Etheridge, Joan
Osbourne, Mavis Staples, Issac Hayes, Boz Scaggs, Tommy Lang of Austria, Rise Robots Rise, and Japan’s Monday Michiru. He has toured extensively with multiplatinum artist Joss Stone.

His playing has been compared to guitarists as diverse as George Benson, Wes Montgomery, Jimi Hendrix and Leo Nocentelli.

Gilmore’s latest project, "Energies of Change," refers to "the phenomena of an ever-changing and unpredictable world that continues to defy mankind's attempts to make it more understandable and manageable."

"[Gilmore] is experienced, accomplished, diversified and respected and has his own highly-developed musical vision." - S. Victor Aaron, Something Else Reviews

"Gilmore plays like a blend of John Scofield and Carlos Santana...commanding talent" - Britt Robson, Wondering Sound


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KARRIN ALLYSON

Friday
April 22
Show: $35
Dinner & Show: $75
Show Time: 8 & 10pm


KARRIN ALLYSON
2015 GRAMMY-NOMINATED FOR BEST JAZZ VOCAL ALBUM
MANY A NEW DAY
(Karrin Allyson Sings the Music of Rodgers and Hammerstein)
In May of 2015, as part of a new agreement with Motéma Music, Karrin headed back into the recording studio for a very intimate look at the music of Rodgers and Hammerstein, accompanied only by a rare and distinctive pairing of Kenny Barron on piano and John Patitucci on bass. “Many a New Day (Karrin Allyson Sings Rodgers & Hammerstein)” is nominated for a Grammy this year for best vocal jazz album! For Karrin, who once played Nelly Forbush in a production of South Pacific as a teenager, this album is a return to source. “I've been all around the world musically, from bop and bossa and chanson to blues and singer- songwriters. And now, I feel like coming home. I find myself powerfully drawn to the world of Rodgers and Hammerstein.”

5-Time Grammy nominee Karrin Allyson currently spends two days out of three on tour, playing the major jazz festivals, concert venues and clubs of the U.S. and making repeated tours overseas — to Brazil, Japan, Australia and the great cities of Europe. Throughout 2014 Allyson was featured as solo vocalist in the 'Newport —Now 60' Tour which played in thirty cities across the US and Canada before concluding the 2014 Newport Festival.

Downbeat magazine had this to say about Allyson's Grammy-nominated recording:

“A brilliant album that bridges the worlds of jazz and musical theater”; “Allyson may be the perfect singer to reinterpret Rodgers & Hammerstein for a modern, jazz-aware audience”




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DELFEAYO MARSALIS and ELLIS MARSALIS - LAST SOUTHERN GENTLEMEN TOUR

Saturday
April 23
Show: $38
Dinner & Show: $78
Show Time: 8 & 10pm


DELFEAYO MARSALIS AND ELLIS MARSALIS - THE LAST SOUTHERN GENTLEMEN TOUR


The Last Southern Gentlemen is a landmark recording for Delfeayo Marsalis - for the first time, a pairing of father Ellis Marsalis, Jr. with Delfeayo on a collaborative album. This concert will feature songs from the album including both standards and original compositions. Built on the intimacy of American ballads and the trombone's expressive mimicry of the human voice,The Last Southern Gentlemen is a firm acknowledgement of the existence and importance of these sweet, gentle sounds.


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