John Scofield

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    Guitarist John Scofield and his Combo 66 quartet recently wrapped up a run at New York’s Blue Note Jazz Club.

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    For his latest album, Combo 66, guitarist John Scofield enlisted drummer Bill Stewart, pianist/organist Gerald Clayton and bassist Vicente Archer.

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    Amalia Obrębowska (from left), Mario Forte, Layth Sidiq and Gabriel Terracciano

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    ​Saxophonist Joe Lovano (left), bassist Drew Gress, guitarist John Scofield and drummer Adam Nussbaum pay tribute to John Abercrombie at a recent performance in Brooklyn at Roulette.

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    John Scofield will perform at an all-star benefit concert at the Jazz Gallery on Nov. 1, with proceeds going to provide assistance to the people of Puerto Rico.

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    The supergroup Hudson—Larry Grenadier (left), John Medeski, Jack DeJohnette and John Scofield—made its New York debut at Jazz at Lincoln Center Oct. 6–7.

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    Christian McBride (foreground) and Questlove (background) perform in The Philadelphia Experiment at the Newport Jazz Festival on Aug. 6.

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    John Medeski (left), Larry Grenadier, Jack DeJohnette and John Scofield perform as the collective Hudson on June 30 at the Montreal Jazz Festival.

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    Glenn Zaleski (left), Melissa Aldana, Philip Dizack, Pablo Menares and Craig Weinrib perform at the San Francisco Jazz Festival on June 13.

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    Matt Wilson’s new album Honey And Salt will be released August 25 on Palmetto Records.

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    John Scofield performed songs from 1976’s Blue Matter and 1996’s Quiet during a retrospective of his work at Jazz at Lincoln Center May 5–6.

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    The members of Hudson (clockwise from top right) are Larry Grenadier, John Scofield, Jack DeJohnette and John Medeski.

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    John Scofield won two Grammy awards on Feb. 12.

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    Fred Hersch was nominated for a 2017 Grammy Award for Best Improvised Jazz Solo and Best Jazz Instrumental Album

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    On John Scofield’s new album, Country For Old Men, the guitarist interprets classic country music tunes.

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    Wadada Leo Smith, whose double album America’s National Parks comes out Oct. 14, is among the artists who have fall releases.

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    John Scofield in a still from a video on the making of Country For Old Men (Impulse!/Verve).



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January 2019
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