Results for "Live at Scullers"
by Doug Hall
Yoko Miwa Trio Scullers Jazz Club Boston, MA October 26, 2017 Inside Scullers' new smaller jazz nightclub downstairs, with its dark wood interior and low light, it would be quiet except for the wonderfully energized and spirited enthusiasm that internationally acclaimed pianist and composer Yoko Miwa brings to the stage. ...
Track listing: Overture; Medley: Wanna Sing a Show Tune/They're Playing My Song; The Best Is Yet to Come; Medley: The Trolley Song/Johnny One Note; My Foolish Heart; I've Got You under My Skin; Why Did I Choose You; Medley: Broadway/Lullaby of Broadway; Medley: Nowadays/All That Jazz; Medley: It Couldn't Please Me More/Married/Cabaret; Medley: Small World/Everything's Coming up Roses; The Journey; Gotta Lot of Livin' to Do
by Dave Nathan
Inspired by a large, receptive crowd, Boston cabaret singer Carol O'Shaughnessy enthusiastically tackles a program of thirteen tunes selected to bring out the cabaret performers stock in trade which is to sing a story. Unlike jazz singers for whom lyrics are the medium rather than the message, for a cabaret singer they are the message. O'Shaughnessy ...
by C. Michael Bailey
The piano trio is the most durable assembly in Jazz music. Durable in such a way that it almost always delivers high functioning music that is immediately accessible and enjoyable. Durable also in popularity. There have been many notable piano trios, all generally having one member as an anchor -- Oscar Peterson, Ahmad Jamal, Bill Evans, ...