Jeff and his all-star group perform songs from his new CD in progress, The Next Big Thing, along with material from his Detroit Music Award-nominated The Long Way Home and Begin Again. Join us in this intimate NYC-style listening room for a very special evening. Get your tickets early as recent shows have sold out quickly.
Spring Songfest at The Jazz Cafe...an intimate performance featuring some of metro Detroit's finest award-winning performing songwriters. With Duane Allen Harlick, Jeff Scott, Teddy Richards, Annie and Rod Capps and Yorg Karasiotis.
& The Bread! We will hear original songs from By The Way, Renee Paquette, Tom Butwin, Cooper Anstett, Jeff Scott, and Steve Taylor. $10 cover. Reservations encouraged. All ages welcome!
Come join us Valentine's Day evening for a special performance. With Jeff Scott, Duane Allen Harlick, Dan McCann, Tony Jaworowski and Chris Spooner.
A 2011, 2012 and 2014 Detroit Music Award nominee, with his work called "stunning" by the Detroit Free Press, Jeff Scott brings his original music and listening room-style show to Boo's at Mr. B's for the first time. Backed by his all-star band including Duane Allen Harlick, Dave Hendrickson, Tony Jaworowski and Dan McCann, Jeff Scott redefines the notion of the singer-songwriter for today's adult listeners.
Sounds Like: James Taylor, Michael McDonald, Bonnie Raitt
Label: Blue Boundary
Manager: Rebecca Scott
Bio: Nominated for a 2012 Detroit Music Award for Outstanding Vocalist-Acoustic Category and nominated in 2011 for his CD, Begin Again, characterized as "a stunning collection of songs" by the Detroit Free Press, Jeff Scott is redefining the notion of the singer-songwriter for today's adult listeners....See Full Bio
"Every now and again, a collection of songs fits together exquisitely as a cohesive body of work. Jeff Scott's album, 'The Long Way Home,' beckons you to listen to one beautifully crafted song after the next. The production is lush, his voice is rich and these songs will undoubtedly find their way onto your personal playlist."