John Scofield Band Set For uberjam Tour


The John Scofield Band has announced an extensive tour, covering more than 50 cities, for the winter of 2002. The concerts are supporting of the Jan. 29 release of uberjam (Verve), the group’s new album.

Guitarist Scofield is known for his versatility and his work with artists ranging from Miles Davis and Herbie Hancock to Medeski Martin and Wood. Uberjam takes listeners on a modern journey of forward-thinking compositions and improvisations by the skillful guitarist and his band—Avi Bortnick (guitar), Jesse Murphy (bass) and Adam Deitch (drums). uberjam also features special guests John Medeski and Karl Denson on several tracks.

The uberjam tour will continue through the end of April. For an updated list of tour dates, visit

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