Scarlett has performed with the the Dr. Bob Finney Jazz Combo in numerous venues to standing room only crowds at the Gardenia Restaurant and Lounge, Lunaria Restaurant and Jazz Club, the Sky Room atop the Breaker's Hotel, the Long Beach Museum of Art, Rancho Los Cerritos, the Museum of Latin American Art, Duke's Place at the Balboa Bay Club, the Four Olives Restaurant, the Ristorante da Vinci, and the Madison Restaurant. She's also performed in Laughlin, Nevada, Marietta, Ohio, and Denver, Colorado. She released her maiden CD, "Scarlett Fever," and appeared on Dez Rubano's CD called "At'za Jazz."
In high school Bob Finney was part of a Dixieland jazz group. Also, he would sneak out to Eddie Condon's club in New York's Greenwich Village for the open jam sessions. He played his tenor sax with trombonists Jack Teagarten and Miff Mole, trumpeter Red Allen, and drummer Cozy Cole. Once clarinetist Peanuts Huckow leaned over to the eager young man and said, "Hey kid, try this lick." These sessions sweetened Bob's improvisation skills.
Later in college, Bob worked as a sideman for touring big bands: Ray McKinley, Ralph Marterie, and Woody Herman's "3rd Herd." Now, he leads his own band playing the tenor sax and the clarinet. Also, he's added singing and scatting to his performances, but he admits that "Scarlett is the real singer!"