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9/30 Rusty Scott Duo

September 30, 2023 07:00 PM until September 30, 2023 11:00 PM

Rusty Scott, pianist 

Keala Kaumeheiwa, acoustic bass

As you indulge in the music, treat your taste buds to an exquisite culinary experience. Our Asian-inspired small plates menu offers a delectable array of dishes like the succulent Braised Lamb Shank Massaman and the tantalizing Homemade Shrimp Potstickers in a fragrant Tom Yum broth.

In addition to our culinary delights, we take pride in providing a diverse selection of libations. Choose from our extensive collection of 20 craft brews on tap, each offering a unique flavor profile for every discerning palate. For those seeking a more mystical experience, our cocktail "potions" will transport you to new realms with their expertly crafted blends and enchanting flavors.

Make sure to join us for an enchanting evening of mesmerizing music, exquisite cuisine, and a captivating selection of drinks. We look forward to hosting you and delighting your senses this Saturday evening. 


Bio Data:

Rusty Scott has been the leader and pianist of The Rusty Scott Quartet since the group’s 1994 inception. He has shouldered the responsibility of organizing, booking, and writing for the band and remains the backbone of its sound and direction. Rusty has been a fixture on the Boston jazz scene since 1990, performing professionally as both a soloist and in a wide variety of groups. 

Growing up, with stints in northern New Jersey and Burlington, Vermont, he took to the piano at age eight. While attending the University of Vermont, Rusty’s jazz studies began under Bruce Sklar. In 1989 Rusty moved on to Berklee College of Music, where studied with Michael Marra, one of Boston’s' finest bop pianists, Bob Winter of the Boston Pops, and Mike LeDonne (from the bands of Milt Jackson and Benny Golson) and received a Bachelor's degree in Jazz Performance. 

Rusty is heavily influenced by many of the traditional be-bop piano players such as Red Garland, Tommy Flanagan, Wynton Kelly, Barry Harris, Bud Powell, and Hank Jones, while also keeping his ear tuned to many of the more modern players of jazz. 

Rusty has worked all the major Jazz clubs in the Boston area and has performed for Boston Mayor Thomas Menino, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, and the Greek and Russian Consulates, to name a few. Since graduating from Berklee, Rusty has free-lanced throughout New England with many bands including: Bill Pierce, Andy McGhee, Robin Kenyatta, Yoron Israel, and Eula Lawrence. 

Rusty also plays Hammond B3 organ and currently heads up the Rusty Scott Organ Group, playing major venues throughout Boston and New England.