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Venue Type Nightclub
Hours Box Office: Monday-Friday 11:00am - 6:00pm (Saturday & Sunday only when show scheduled)
Accessibility Accessible to persons with disabilities.

Scullers Jazz Club

400 Soldiers Field Rd., Boston, MA, 02134
(617) 562-4111

Created by alexandra.yabrov

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José James
José James
Often referred to as a jazz singer for the hip-hop generation, New York City-based vocalist José James combines jazz, soul, drum'n'bass, and spoken word into his own unique brand of vocal jazz. While he states his main influences as John Coltrane, Marvin Gaye, and Billie Holiday, his sound on early 12" singles and in live performances brought to mind such icons of '70s jazz-soul as Terry Callier, and his music felt more like an update of the fluid crossover approach of Gil Scott-Heron, while also being distinctly his own....
Kendrick Scott
Kendrick Scott
Drummer Kendrick Scott is a technically proficient and intuitive jazz drummer with a bent toward expansive post-bop. Born in Houston, TX, in 1980, Scott grew up in a musical family who encouraged his interest in drumming from a young age....
Ronnie Earl
Ronnie Earl
One of the finest blues guitarists to emerge during the '80s, Ronnie Earl often straddled the line between blues and jazz, throwing in touches of soul and rock as well. His versatility made him one of the few blues guitarists capable of leading an almost entirely instrumental outfit, and his backing band the Broadcasters became one of the more respected working units in contemporary blues over the course of the '90s, following Earl's departure from Roomful of Blues....
Jane Monheit
Jane Monheit
With movie-star looks, a sensual, pitch-perfect voice, and a strong sense of jazz history, vocalist Jane Monheit made a big splash on the jazz scene around the turn of the century. She was still in her early twenties when she began turning heads with her recordings, garnering comparisons to the likes of Diana Krall and Cassandra Wilson....
Stanley Jordan
Stanley Jordan
Stanley Jordan's discovery in the early '80s rightfully earned a lot of headlines in the jazz world as he came up with a new way of playing guitar. Although he was not the first to use tapping, Jordan's extensive expertise gave him the ability to play two completely independent lines on the guitar (as if it were a keyboard) or, when he wanted, two guitars at a time....
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04/16 8:00 pm Benny Green
04/17 8:00 pm Jose James
04/23 8:00 pm Kendrick Scott
04/24 8:00 pm Ronnie Earl
04/25 8:00 pm Jane Monheit
04/26 8:00 pm Stanley Jordan
10:00 pm Stanley Jordan
04/29 8:00 pm International String Trio
04/30 8:00 pm Omar Sosa
05/01 10:00 pm Strunz and Farah
05/02 8:00 pm Marion Meadows and Paul Taylor
05/06 8:00 pm Dale Baby Boy Robinson
05/07 8:00 pm The Holmes Brothers
05/08 8:00 pm The Four Freshman
10:00 pm The Four Freshman
05/09 8:00 pm Ramsey Lewis
10:00 pm Ramsey Lewis
05/10 8:00 pm Ramsey Lewis
10:00 pm Ramsey Lewis
05/15 8:00 pm James Montgomery