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A highly celebrated musician, John Scofield has won millions of hearts with his innovative music and guitar sound. The American music composer and established jazz guitarist, has worked and collaborated with numerous artists and musicians over the years and has produced a lot of chart-breaking music. He has successfully explored several rock and jazz sub genres including nu jazz, acid, jazz funk, jazz rock and post bop. The musician has been active for over four decades and continues to tour internationally all around the year, his concerts attracting legions of fans. This year, the fans can witness the legendary guitar player live on stage by grabbing John Scofield tickets.
Born in 1951, John discovered his passion for music at an early age. He started pursuing music education at the prestigious Berkley College of Music but apparently decided that an academic approach to music was not what he had signed up for. Consequently, he left the institute to collaborate with Gerry Mulligan and Chet Baker. He soon joined the band of George Duke and Billy Cobham, playing with them for almost two years. In 1976, he became a part of Gary Burton’s quartet. The following year, John Scofield released his self-titled debut album (now known as ‘East Meets West’). Apart from John himself, the album also featured Motohiko Hino on drums and Clint Houston on bass. The album garnered rave reviews and scored four out of five stars on Allmusic. Some of the tracks from the album include ‘Ida Lupino’, ‘Blues For Okinawa’ and ‘Public Domain’. In 1979, he formed a three-piece ensemble comprising Adam Nussbaum and John’s mentor Steve Swallow, which has become one of John’s signature groups. During the early eighties, John joined forces with Miles Davis, a collaboration that lasted for over three years. During this time, John worked on three of Miles’s albums, namely ‘Decoy’, ‘You’re Under Arrest’ and ‘Star People’. During the eighties, he released two more albums as a leader titled ‘Still Warm’ and ‘Electric Outlet’.
Over the years, John has produced more than thirty studio albums and four compilations albums including ‘Bump’, ‘A Go Go’, ‘I Can See Your House From Here’, ‘Meant To Be’, ‘Flat Out’, ‘Loud Jazz’ and ‘Rough House’. His most recent works ‘MSMW Live’ and ‘A Moment’s Peace’ were released in 2011. Apart from this, the artist has worked on numerous albums and projects with artists such as Metalwood, Lenny White, Jack Walrath, McCoy Tyner, Tommy Smith, Jim Pepper, Ron McClure, Gary Marks, Marc Johnson and Bill Cosby. Some of these albums include ‘The Recline’, ‘Demons In Pursuit’, ‘Sweeping Through the City’ and ‘Guardian Angels’. In 2006, John extensively toured across North America and Europe along with the trio Medeski Martin and Wood. The French Ministry of Culture made John the Officier of the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres in 2010. He has received numerous other prestigious honors and awards over the years as well. During the Montreal International Jazz Festival of 1998, John managed to bag the ‘Miles Davis Award’. Currently, the artist is a part of the faculty of the ‘Steinhardt School of Education’, teaching in the Jazz Department of the New York University.
John Scofield continues his inspiring journey, spreading magical music all across the globe. For more than forty years, the musician has consistently reinvented himself as an artist by exploring various aspects of jazz and rock music. His distinct yet improvisational style of guitar playing along with breathtaking music compositions has left millions in complete awe. It is no surprise that even after so many decades, the artist is still going strong, performing live for almost two hundred days every year, worldwide. The fans of this music maestro can witness yet another riveting and vibrant live performance by getting their hands on John Scofield tickets this season.