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Season of Stream Vol 6, Ep 8 | Scooter Brown


What’s Happening?

Soulful, vibrant and creative are just a few words that describe saxophonist, vocalist, producer, composer, and educator Scooter Brown. A native of East St. Louis, IL, Brown grew up surrounded by music. An alumni of JazzU and graduate of Northern Illinois University, Brown is now in charge of JSL’s Jazz Academy program. His recent debut album "Growth!" It's a compilation of songs that have no particular genre, focusing more on what Brown likes to refer to as "Life Music". "I like to think of real-life situations that people can latch on to take them somewhere totally different. My job is to help wipe away the troubles that people might face before coming to hear me play." 

Soulful, vibrant and creative are just a few words that describe saxophonist, vocalist, producer, composer, and educator Scooter Brown. A native of East St. Louis, IL, Brown grew up surrounded by music. An alumni of JazzU and graduate of Northern Illinois University, Brown is now in charge of JSL’s Jazz Academy program. His recent debut album "Growth!" It's a compilation of songs that have no particular genre, focusing more on what Brown likes to refer to as "Life Music". "I like to think of real-life situations that people can latch on to take them somewhere totally different. My job is to help wipe away the troubles that people might face before coming to hear me play." 

About The Organization
For nearly 25 years, Jazz St. Louis has been the foremost presenter of jazz in St. Louis and throughout the region. We are dedicated to preserving the legacy of this musical genre. Hundreds of local and nationally renowned musicians, such as Wynton Marsalis, Diana Krall, Harry Connick, Jr. and Al Jarreau have graced our stage. Our state-of-the-art Ferring Jazz Bistro has earned praise from artists and patrons alike as one of the best listening rooms in the country. Year after year, Jazz St. Louis strives to be the leader in showcasing unique and diverse jazz performers and preserves the shared cultural heritage embodied in jazz music through our educational programs.
When & Where?
Thursday, May 13, 2021 7:30pm - 9:00pm
Digital Event
Free


What To Expect

Jazz Music


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