Shawnn Monteiro will be singing “I Miss You”, a new song by Swanson and Yves, at her Valentine’s Day Scullers Show

Shawnn Monteiro performing at Scullers Jazz Club on Valentine’s Day 2023 with Tim Ray, Dave Zinno, And Yoron Israel!

SHAWNN MONTEIRO RETURNS TO SCULLERS

BOSTON’S #1 JAZZ CLUB!

Featuring her all star trio Tim Ray on piano,
David Zinno on bass and Yoron Israel on drums
Jazz music awards nominee, Shawnn Monteiro, returns to Scullers with her all star
trio to WOW audiences once again with a very special Valentine’s Day Concert!

“Shawnn Monteiro is a veteran jazz singer whose style and phrasing recall Carmen
McRae. She explores both familiar standards and a few superior obscurities, has a sultry
voice, and a solid sense of swing.” – Scott Yanow, Jazz Historian

Shawnn is a living memorial to an era that is almost fully behind us. Join us to
experience the amazing jazz chanteuse extraordinaire, a veteran vocalist whose artistry
is crafted in the mold of Sarah Vaughan, Carmen McRae and Nancy Wilson.

Scullers Jazz Club

Tuesday, February 14, 2023 at 7 and 9 PM
In the Doubletree hotel suites, 400 Soldiers Field Rd, Boston, MA 02134

 

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#ICYMI WICN Standard Time with Tom Nutile: Chart-topping Local Guitarist John Stein Shares his Compelling Story Tuesday, November 1st, 3-6 pm

#ICYMI WICN Standard Time with Tom Nutile: Chart-topping Local Guitarist John Stein Shares his Compelling Story Tuesday, November 1st, 3-6 pm

Standard Time with Tom Nutile: Chart-topping Local Guitarist John Stein Shares his Compelling Story. 

Tuesday, November 1st, 3-6 pm

Local Guitarist John Stein has a two-decades-long track record of success. His jazz releases often make a splash in the national jazz charts. He was planning his next project last year when he began to have health problems and was diagnosed with a rare autoimmune disease.

In his weakened state, not knowing whether he would be able to continue to play guitar and pursue his musical career, Stein worked with his record label, Whaling City Sound, to release a retrospective of his recorded work, called Lifeline. It would either be a memorial to his musical life and career if he did not recover or a placeholder until he became able to launch upcoming projects. Lifeline has been riding the top of the jazz charts, where it remained in the Top 10 for seven weeks. Fortunately, John is almost fully recovered and is able to play again with the passion and perfection that have been the hallmarks of his work. He marks his return to the concert stage with an engagement at Scullers Jazz Club in Boston, Friday, Nov. 4th at 7pm.

John talks with host Tom Nutile and plays some of his recordings on Tuesday’s Standard Time, 3-pm.

John Stein Live 11/4 @ Scullers Jazz Club featured in Boston Globe & The Arts Fuse

John Stein Live 11/4 @ Scullers Jazz Club featured in Boston Globe & The Arts Fuse

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November 4 at 7 p.m.
Scullers Jazz Club, Boston
The guitarist John Stein spent part of the pandemic incapacitated by a rare autoimmune disease but somehow managed to put together a 26-track double CD retrospective of his distinguished career. Spanning more than two decades and 15 CDs as a leader, Life Line shows his mastery of mainstream swing, Brazilian samba and bossa, tango, and funk, with an uncommon touch, ear for harmony, and detailed fingerwork. Now recovered, Stein comes to Scullers with pianist Jesse Taitt, bass guitarist Ed Lucie, and drummer Mike Connors, with special featured guest Cindy Scott on vocals and flute.

 

On Nov. 4, Stein will celebrate the release of “Lifeline” with bassist Lucie, pianist Jesse Taitt, drummer Mike Connors, and special guest Cindy Scott on flute and vocals, at Scullers Jazz Club. When I talked to Stein at his home in Jamaica Plain, he sounded eager to play again. After all he’s been through, it should be as easy as breathing.

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