“Marilyn is very interesting because she can sing that jazz thing and has that kind of jazz phrasing but at the same time she’s got the blues. So putting the two of them together makes it kind of unique.” ~ George Duke
– Cleveland, OH – 9.12.18 –
– Minneapolis, MN – 9.13.18 –
– Sioux Falls, SD – 9.14.18 –
Russell Ferrante – keys (Yellowjackets, Bobby McFerrin, Diane Reeves)
James Harrah – guitar (Huey Lewis, Herbie Hancock, Al Jarreau
Gary Novak – drums (George Benson, Natalie Cole, Anita Baker)
Jimmy Haslip – bass (Yellowjackets, Jeff Lorber, Alan Holdsworth)
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Through the Years
Playing in the backyard in 1955 in Arcadia, CA -- my hometown.
Masked Watering Can
Marilyn dressed up in a costume outside her house in Arcadia, CA in 1956.
Daily Bred Band
Boutche Anderson, Pepper Watkins, Marilyn Scott
Marilyn with her band "Jamal" while living in San Francisco. Hubert Tubbs (crouching) later became one of the lead singers of Tower of Power for several albums. Tony and Chuck Norman, Hubert Tubbs, and Marilyn Scott.
1979 in Los Angeles.
Marilyn in Japan
Marilyn on tour in Japan for "Skydancing"
Los Angeles with Carolyn, Sharon, and Lori Perry in 2000
Sacramento Expo Jazz Festival
L-R, Will Kennedy, Jimmy Haslip, Russel Ferrante, Michael Landau, Marilyn Scott, Rich Breem in 2001
Innocent of Nothing Sessions
George Duke, Stepheny, MS, Erik Zobler, Mike Miller, Jimmy Haslip, Russel Ferrante in 2006.
Hilton KIFM Memorial Day Jazz
Performance with Dave Koz, 2003
With Burt Bacharach and George Duke at the BMI Awards in 1998.
Le Gonks Studio Session
Recording Nightcap in 2004.
With Bob O'Connor and Kelly Cole of KIFM at Humphrey's in 2005.