Archive for July 17, 2010

Since 1989, the legendary Scullers Jazz Club has presented the biggest names in straight ahead, Latin and Contemporary Jazz, as well as Blues, Soul, R & B, Cabaret and World Music.

Scullers Jazz Club has hosted some of the very best musical artists in the business including; Harry Connick Jr., Chris Botti, Jamie Cullam, David Sanborn, Michael Bublé, Arturo Sandoval, Tony Bennett, Wynton Marsalis and Dave Koz to name a few.

Led by Jazz impresario Fred Taylor, the 200-seat Scullers Jazz Club has become a true Boston landmark. Offering spectacular views of the Boston skyline and the Charles River, Scullers serves as the perfect backdrop for World-Class Entertainment you won’t see anywhere else in Boston.

Ken Navarro”s contribution to Contemporary and Mainstream Jazz goes beyond his personal artistry. Ken has produced successful albums for Narada/EMI recording artist Eric Darius as well as saxophonist Randy Villars and pianist Jay Rowe to name a few. As founder of Positive Music Records, Ken is responsible for launching and furthering the recording careers of saxophonist Brandon Fields, guitarists Grant Geissman, Thom Rotella and Pat Kelley, and keyboardists Gregg Karukas, Jay Rowe and Marcus Johnson. Ken’s vision of a musician’s record label has enhanced the genre with over 35 new artists and seventy releases!

Friday, August 27, 2010
8:00pm – 10:00pm
Scullers Jazz Club at the Doubletree Guest Suites
400 Soldiers Field Road
East Boston, MA

Lynn Olson is a native Californian raised in the Orange County surf, sun and city lifestyle. She’s the mother of two grown children and loving grandmother of one. Lynn has been working for a major university for almost twenty years but dreams of becoming a full-time writer. A finger-tingling bug has been under her skin since college and she’s dabbled in poetry, music narratives, and prose. Her work has been published in various sporting fishing magazines and on-line music sites.

Lynn has also been a jazz connoisseur for nearly two decades. She can be found writing jazz narratives locally and worldwide when she’s not up in the wee hours penning her latest novella. Her writings can be found on several leading smooth jazz websites.

On Monday, July 12, she released two hardback narratives of the 2009 & 2009 Canadian Smooth Jazz Awards and related events.The 2009 & 2010 Canadian Smooth Jazz Award books are 6 x 9 hardback narrative books. They are $19.99 (excluding shipping & handling) and available for purchase via her homepage Net proceeds will be donated to MusiCounts, a children’s music education charity in Canada.