Sounds Like: John Scofield, Bill Frisell, Jim Hall, Mike Bloomfield, Jimi Hendrix
Bio: "It’s perfectly understandable why connoisseurs of fine music often refer to Scott Sawyer as a jazz guitarist. It’s because he does the jazz thing so well. He’s an expert at breathing new life into that old graveyard of American Popular Song. By artfully reinvestigating this body of familiar melo...See Full Bio
“Creative musicians, in essence, work the seam between anything-is-possible openness and structural specificity, marrying these strange bedfellows time and again. …Guitarist Scott Sawyer’s Dreamers is a sonic manifestation of the aforementioned line of thinking. Sawyer balances head and heart, displaying a deep, in-the-moment emotional connection to his work while remaining ever-watchful of the big picture. – Dan Bilawsky (All About Jazz; Feb 2014)”
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Q: Hi Scott: About 17 (light) years ago, you kindly helped me rekindle my love music by showing me some jazz guitar stuff. A journey through R and B and jazz bass since then, and Americana/folk, might
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