June 6, 2013To: Listings/Critics/Features
From: Jazz Promo Services
Press Contact: Jim Eigo, jim@jazzpromoservices.com


1.I’ve Got A Pocketful Of Dreams
2. Embraceable You
3. Bernie’s Tune
4. My Foolish Heart / Night And Day (medley)
5. Nature Boy
6. Tenderly
7. All Or Nothing At All
8. I’ll Always Be With You
9. Evil Ways
10. I’d Give A Dollar For A Dime
11. Nature Boy (Un poquito de Salsa)
Scot Albertson (Vocalist – Performer – Producer – Recording Artist) – www.scotalbertson.com) announces Scot’s NEW 6th CD RELEASE CONCERT
Monday June 17, 2013 at 7:30p.m. which will take place in Symphony Space Leonard Nimoy Thalia Theatre (2537 Broadway & West 95th Street, New York City, NY 10025 –www.symphonyspace.org and Telephone Number 212.864.5400).Title of this NEW 6th CD is: “Urge To Croon”.  There are 1:30 minute sample tracks of all eleven songs on the NEW 6th CD via a click link on the NEW CD cover on Scot’s web site Homepage.

This will be a Two Set Concert with one intermission with two distinct Bands.  FIRST SET – Scot (Vocals) & Sean Conly (Bass) & David Silliman (Drums –www.davidsilliman.com) & Matt Baker (Piano – www.mattbaker.com.au.  SECOND SET – Scot (Vocals) & Matt Baker (Piano) & David Silliman (Percussion) & Ron Jackson (Guitar – www.ronjacksonmusic.com) & Mayu Saeki (Flute – www.mayusaeki.com).  They will be performing music from Scot’s NEW 6th CD as well as music from Scot’s previous five CDs.  All ticket holders will receive a complimentary copy of the NEW 6th CD as a way of saying “Thank You” for the support! The RECORDING BAND for Scot’s NEW 6th CD: Sean Conly, Ron Jackson, Mayu Saeki, Matt Baker, Vince Cherico (Drums & Percussion), Christos Rafalides (Vibes – www.manhattanvibes.com) and Featured Guest Pianist / Composer George Small (on three tracks).  The NEW 6th CD is self produced by Scot and all of the arrangements as well are by Scot.  Stand out tracks:  “Bernie’s Tune” (recorded Vibes, Bass, Drums & Vocal), “I’ll Always Be With You” (recorded Piano & Vocal ONLY – George Small). “Tenderly” (recorded Vibes & Vocal ONLY), “Evil Ways” (recorded Guitar, Flute, Percussion & Vocal Only), “I’d Give A Dollar For A Dime” (recorded Bass, Drums, Piano & Vocal), “I’ve Got A Pocketful Of Dreams” (recorded Piano, Bass, Drums & Vocal) and “All Or Nothing At All” (recorded Bass & Vocal ONLY).

The adage “experience is the best teacher” applies here since Scot’s 5th CD “Vibination” was released at the Kitano Jazz Club in New York City June 17, 2010.  Since then, Scot has religiously performed in NYC and Tri State area venues each and every month mixing up the appearances with a bevy of Musicians / Instrument combinations.  Scot has stepped into the roles of Bandleader, Producer and Arranger.  The culmination of this three year learning curve is the NEW 6th CD.  Scot picked the Musicians that have been recorded on this NEW 6th CD from those experiences / appearances and the songs recorded are music that audiences enjoy / request while performing.

TICKETS – $20.00 – Advanced Purchase    $23.00 – Day of Concert / At Door   $12.00 – Seniors & Students & Symphony Space Members
Available for purchase via – www.symphonyspace.org AND Telephone Number 212.864.5400.

This Concert will be especially celebratory as it will be Scot’s 8th year Anniversary to the date from his debut as a Performer on June 17, 2005.

Scot debuted into the New York City Music Community June 17, 2005 in Danny’s Skylight Grand Sea Palace on Restaurant Row with a Quintet. Since then, Scot has released five self produced CDs and has performed in many area venues including the legendary Danny’s (Scot performed the very last Show in Danny’s December 30, 2006 with Scot’s 2nd CD Release), The Triad, The Metropolitan Room, Iridium Jazz Club, Laurie Beechman Dinner Theatre (a three year run of appearances monthly), Kitano Jazz Club, Baruch Performing Arts Center, Barnes & Noble Lincoln Center Triangle Event Room, Midday Jazz in St. Peter’s Church, La Mediterranee French Bistro (Sunday Brunch 2008 – 2009 with Jerry Scott), Live Green CT Annual Outdoor Weekend Event and Somethin’ Jazz Club.  Currently, Scot appears monthly which commenced October 2010 at Tomi Jazz Club in NYC (239 East 53rd Street between 2nd and 3rd Avenues – www.tomijazz.com) presenting a variety of programs with many of Scot’s contemporaries who are very active / working in the New York City Music Community ( Keith Ingham, Daryl Kojak, Christos Rafalides, Dan Furman, Billy Test, Lucy Galliher, Freddie Bryant, Sedric Choukroun, Nick Demopolous, Frank Owens, Anthony Pinciotti, Cameron Brown, Boots Maleson, Tommy Morimoto, Tom Hubbard, Dave Pietro and Arthur Lipner).  Scot also is currently performing every Friday and Saturday Evenings 8:00p.m. – 11:00p.m. at Parnell’s Restaurant (350 East 53rd Street and 1st Avenue, NYC – www.parnellsny.com) in Jerry Scott’s memory.

Each and every concert is a unique experience as no one concert / performance is the same.  Scot consistently integrates new music into his repertoire continually exploring and growing as a Producer / Vocalist and sharing in this joyous path with his audience. Scot has a multi genre approach to performing seamlessly weaving this broad range of music into his concerts eliciting audience interest and participation and sharing the spontaneity of new expression and composition.  Music and Composers recorded / performed: Rodgers and Hammerstein, Jerome Kern, Burton Lane, Eubie Blake, Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne, Johnny Burke, Andy Razaf, Sunny Skylar, Frank Underwood, Stan Freeman, Mitchell Parish, Johnny Mercer, Hoagy Carmichael, Lorenz Hart, Jerry Herman, Michel Legrand, Johnny Mandel, Alan & Marilyn Bergman, George & Ira Gershwin, Dan Fogelberg, Walter Donaldson, Sammy Fain, Irving Kahal, Walter Gross, Jack Lawrence, Errol Garner, Edith Piaf, Cole Porter, Neil Sedaka, E. Y. Harburg, Luigi Creatore, Gus Kahn, Frank Loesser, Paul Francis Webster, Harold Arlen, Jim Messina, Kenny Loggins, Ned Washington, Victor Young, Cy Coleman, David Zippel, Matt Dennis, Harold Adamson, Jimmy McHugh, Lee Adams,  Henry Mancini, Arthur Schwartz, Harry Warren, Nicholas Brodszky, Frank Wildhorn, Leslie Bricusse, Irving Berlin, James Van Heusen, Leonard Bernstein, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Alan Bernstein, Ritchie Adams, Jackie De Shannon, and Eden Ahbez.

Scot also Hosts and produces a Cablevision of Connecticut Interview Talk Show titled “Carousel”.  This Show was created by Joyce Fischman and Jerry Laird. Scot joined the Show July 2012 and brought a diverse eclectic group of Guests.  Scot also revamped the Show with a new intro and closing including a new intro theme (music) generously permitted use and composed by Guitarist Peter White (from Peter’s “Reveillez Vous” CD – title track – www.peterwhite.com).   Notable Guests on “Carousel” interviewed by Scot: Bassist / Composer Mark Egan (two interviews – www.markegan.com), Live Green CT Outdoor Weekend Event Co Founders Scot Weicker and Daphne Dixon (www.livegreenct.com), Pianist / Composer Frank Owens and Acting Coach / Co Writer of “Lord Tom” Kimberly Vaughn (www.lordtommusical.com).  All Interviews are available via the “Carousel” YouTube Channel.

A NEW SHOW – Scot will be releasing / airing in June 2013 a new Interview Show he has created, produced and hosts.  The Show will be titled: “In The Studio with Scot Albertson”.  The first / debut Guest will be Bassist / Composer Mark Egan (www.markegan.com) promoting a NEW CD with John Hart and Karl Latham titled “Unit 1”.   Mark and Scot perform a song together (Bass and Vocal only) within this Interview.  The Show will be aired on Cablevision of Connecticut as well.

Come join Scot and his fellow Band Mates on June 17th at Symphony Space at 7:30p.m. please for a joyous and enchanting Concert and Evening.   As always with Scot’s performances – it will be fun and revel in the beauty and simplicity of music!

This E Mail is being sent for Scot Albertson by:
Jim Eigo Jazz Promo Services T: 845-986-1677 E-Mail: jim@jazzpromoservices.com



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