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Friday, April 15th – 5:30-8 pm
The Dave Len Scott Quartet: “Blessed Mix” – the new CD

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The Dave Len Scott Quartet:
Dave Scott trumpet
Scott Foster, guitar
Daniel Fabricant bass
Surya Prakasha drums
celebrate the release of their new cd, “Blessed Mix.”

The Dave Len Scott Quartet performs regularly at the Calvary Methodist Church on Fillmore Street, as well as at festivals and venues up and down the coast.  Dave also works with numerous local ensembles (The Marcus Shelby Jazz Orchestra, Brass Monkey Brass Band, The Glide Change Band, The Contemporary Jazz Orchestra, The Realistic Orchestra, The Pacific Mambo Orchestra, the Santa Rosa Symphony Orchestra and many others). He is also the founder and leader of TRUMPETSUPERGROUP and has been on tour and/or recorded with the Honolulu Symphony Orchestra, Rosemary Clooney, the Glenn Miller Orchestra (as lead trumpet and featured soloist), Big Kahuna and the Copa Cat Pack, Michael Feinstein, Toto and Boz Scaggs.  He’s a consummate player and composer, and has a deep history with the members of his quartet.

Guitarist Scott Foster, a long-time associate of Dave’s and quartet member along with bassist Daniel Fabricant and drummer Surya Prakasha, is pleased to bring the quartet in to celebrate the recent release of its fresh new cd, “Blessed Moments.”

 

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