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ROSEANNA VITR0

Thursday
March 5
SHOW CANCELLED



ROSEANNA VITRO SHOW CANCELLED

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ROY HAYNES FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH BAND

Friday & Saturday
March 6 & 7
Show: $40
Dinner & Show: $80
Show Time: 8pm ONLY
10 p.m. SHOWS CANCELLED
8p.m. SHOWS AVAILABLE


ROY HAYNES is the pulse of legendary jazz. For over 70 years Roy Haynes has influenced and innovated, shaping some of the greatest recordings in jazz while his joyous drumming with the legends of the genre altered the very fabric and direction of jazz improvisation.

"The fountain of youth with the youthful young musician is one meaning, and the fountain of youth with the youthful energy of the leader is another meaning." - Roy Haynes



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HARVEY ROBBINS' DOO-WOP/RHYTHM & BLUES ALL-STARS

SHOW CANCELLED


HARVEY ROBBINS SHOW CANCELLED

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BERKLEE SALUTES SCULLERS

Wednesday
March 11
Show: $25
Dinner & Show: $65
Show Time: 8pm


BERKLEE SALUTES SCULLERS

Produced by Bill Banfield and Hosted by Provost Larry Simpson

Featuring: Tia Fuller, George Russell Jr., John Lockwood, Yoron Israel, Maggie Scott, Gabrielle Goodman, Donna McElroy, and other special guests

Fred Taylor to receive the first George Wein Impresario Award

Berklee will present famed jazz promoter Fred Taylor with the college's first ever George Wein Impresario Award on Wednesday, March 11, at Scullers Jazz Club. Named after Newport Jazz Festival founder and Berklee trustee George Wein, the award recognizes individuals who bring music to life through their dedication to discovering, mentoring, presenting, and promoting creative musicians and their music.

The concert, titled Berklee Salutes Scullers, is produced by Bill Banfield, and includes performances from Berklee faculty members Tia Fuller, George Russell Jr., John Lockwood, Yoron Israel, Maggie Scott, Gabrielle Goodman, Donna McElroy, and other special guests. Jazz critic Bob Blumenthal will tell Taylor's story prior to the musical performance.

"I've known Freddy Taylor for 65 years," said Wein. "I had my Storyville club in Boston from 1950 to 1960, and when Storyville closed, Freddy, who was an avid lover of jazz, decided to open his own club called Paul's Mall. In doing so he kept jazz alive in Boston, from then up until this day. I'm happy to present him with the George Wein Impresario Award, which he so merits."

A native of Newton, Massachusetts, Taylor's career as one of Boston's premier jazz promoters dates back to 1963 when he ran Paul's Mall and the Jazz Workshop in Boston. He later began producing concerts at Symphony Hall and the Boston Garden, working with Bob Dylan, Miles Davis, and others. In 1991, he started working at Scullers, and from 2001 to 2007, he served as artistic director of the Tanglewood Jazz Festival.

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TINSLEY ELLIS

Thursday
March 12
Show: $30
Dinner & Show: $70
Show Time: 8pm


NEW CD: TOUGH LOVE

Over the course of 11 albums and literally thousands of live performances, Ellis easily ranks as one of today’s most electrifying blues-rock guitarists and vocalists. He attacks his music with rock power and blues feeling, in the same tradition as his Deep South musical heroes Duane Allman and Freddie King and his old friends Derek Trucks and Warren Haynes. Atlanta Magazine declared Ellis “the most significant blues artist to emerge from Atlanta since Blind Willie McTell.”


“Atlanta’s Tinsley Ellis sings like a man possessed and wields a ferocious lead
guitar...one of today’s premier blues/rock players.” –Billboard

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BETTY BUCKLEY

Friday & Saturday
March 13 & 14
Show: $48
Dinner & Show: $88
Show Time: 8 & 10pm


NEW CD: GHOSTLIGHT

Betty Buckley is an actress/singer whose career spans theater, film, television and concert halls around the world. She most recently was inducted into the Theater Hall of Fame for 2012. She is an EMMY award winner and a two-time GRAMMY award nominee.

Buckley has recorded 16 CDs, among them “Bootleg: Boardmixes from the Road,” “Quintessence,” “Betty Buckley 1967” and the GRAMMY Nominated “Stars and the Moon, Betty Buckley Live at the Donmar.”


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MAKEM AND SPAIN

Tuesday
March 17
Show: $30
Dinner & Show: $70
Show Time: 8pm


Rory Makem was born in Drogheda, County Louth, Ireland. He continues the lineage of one of Irish music's dynasties, begun by his grandmother Sarah Makem, who was sought after by song collectors for her store of traditional Irish songs. His father is Tommy Makem, the modern day Bard of Armagh, who, along with the Clancy Brothers, helped bring Irish music into the international spotlight.

Mickey and Liam Spain are second generation performers, also learning folk songs from their father. Mickey's rich, baritone voice and Liam's mastery of stringed instruments quickly found a home when the Rory met the Spains and they realized the power of their combined talents.

Folk songs are engrained in both families and their songwriting contains the timeless qualities of folk classics, songs of the worker, songs of the sea and Irish culture. They tell the tale of Ireland and its people - a culture that has undergone terrible strife, but remains strong.


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CASSSANDRE McKINLEY & PAUL BROADNAX

Wednesday
March 18
Show: $25
Dinner & Show: $65
Show Time: 8pm


Cassandre McKinley is a highly respected and engaging vocalist and has that soul to her sound!

After having released several independent straight-ahead jazz albums (“Right In Front Of You” and “Stay The Night”) McKinley released her third – crossing over with a “soul” inspired album “Baring The Soul-The Music Of Marvin Gaye” which received critics approval in several major music publications. The album caught the attention of well-established jazz label MAXJAZZ and an extended re-release followed titled “Til Tomorrow – Remembering Marvin Gaye”. The album had great success in straight-ahead jazz and cross-over markets both nationally and abroad and legitimized her career as a prominent new artist.

Pianist/vocalist Paul Broadnax is a Boston jazz legend. Broadnax is a much in-demand accompanist and also works in the New England area with his own duos/trios. In addition to collaborations with Cassandre McKinley, Paul has worked with Diahann Carroll, Joe Williams, Rebecca Parris and Donna Byrne, to name a few


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JOEY CALDERAZZO

Thursday
March 19
Show: $25
Show & Dinner: $65
Show Time: 8pm


NEW CD: COMING HOME

With his rich catalog as accompanist and leader, Joey Calderazzo is indisputably one of the finest pianists in jazz. Currently, Calderazzo is best known as the long-time pianist in the Branford Marsalis Quartet. He also was pianist of choice for the late master saxophonist, Michael Brecker's quartet. When he isn't touring as an integral part of the Branford Marsalis Quartet, Joey Calderazzo leads his own trio - Orlando Le Fleming on bass and Donald Edwards on drums. His latest CD, Joey Calderazzo Trio Live (Sunnyside Records), features this working trio.


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PATTI AUSTIN

Friday & Saturday
March 20 & 21
Show: $48
Dinner & Show: $88
Show Time: 8 & 10pm


Grammy winner Patti Austin crosses all musical genres, has made 17 solo albums, and has performed her award-nominated hit songs on the GRAMMYS® and the Oscars. As a performer, songwriter and vocalist she has had a star-studded career that began at the age of four, making her one of the most beloved artists over the world and a mainstay on the Billboard Jazz Albums charts. Her most recent release, Avant-Gershwin, won Austin the Grammy for Best Jazz Vocal Performance.
Jonathan Widran/allmusic.com, called Austin's Grammy-nominated "Avant Gershwin" recording a tour de force.


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DAN GABEL and the HIGH SOCIETY ORCHESTRA

Thursday
March 26
Show: $25
Dinner & Show: $65
Show Time: 8pm


Dan Gabel's High Society Orchestra
Authentic 11-piece hot jazz band featuring vocalist Elise Roth

Boston CD Release: "Business in F" - Hot Jazz of the Roaring 20's

Dan Gabel's High Society Orchestra is the premiere large ensemble hot jazz group in New England. Founded in 1976 by Warren "Bud" Trow, trombonist, arranger, and jazz historian Dan Gabel took the baton in 2006. Hot jazz numbers and rarities are mixed with dance music and original Gabel arrangements. The band is influenced by the unique music of Duke Ellington, Fletcher Henderson, Archie Bleyer, Bill Challis, Bix Beiderbecke, Louis Armstrong, Cab Calloway, and Paul Whiteman. Vocalist Elise Roth lends her expert talents on vocal numbers of the era, bringing back rarely heard verses and a classic vintage singing style. The band sports a period look with tuxedos, red vests and bowties, banners with the band logo, and a bastion of vintage 1920's curios, including megaphones, temple blocks, mutes, hats, and clarinet trios.

The new album "Business in F" was recorded by Peter Kontrimas at PBS Studios in Westwood, MA in only two sessions. It evokes the style and class of the Roaring 20's through meticulous historic detail, authentic new and original arrangements, and physical design. The album contains 17 tracks including 6 vocals, and features an Art Deco design and cover art by Elise Roth, with the CD itself evoking a 1920s Victor 78 RPM record.





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KAT EDMONSON

Sunday
March 29
Show: $35
Dinner & Show: $75
Show Time: 4 & 7 pm


KAT EDMONSON NEW CD “THE BIG PICTURE”

“The Big Picture” released on Sony Music Masterworks, debuted at #1 on the Billboard Heatseekers Albums Chart, #1 on Contemporary Jazz Chart, and #2 on the Total Jazz Chart. This album follows her 2012 release, “Way Down Low”, which The New York Times hailed as “fresh as a spring bouquet” and The Boston Globe called “one of the greatest vocal albums I’ve ever heard.”


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