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Rusty Scott
Rusty grew up in New Jersey and Vermont. He took to the piano at age eight. While attending the University of Vermont, Rusty’s jazz studies began under Bruce Sklar. In 1989 Rusty moved on to Berklee College of Music, where he studied with Michael Marra, one of Boston's finest bop pianists, Bob Winter of the Boston Pops, and Mike LeDonne and received a Bachelor's degree in Jazz Performance. Rusty is heavily influenced by many of the traditional be-bop piano players such as Red Garland, Tommy Flanagan, Wynton Kelly, Barry Harris, Bud Powell, and Hank Jones while keeping his ear tuned to many of the more modern players of jazz.
Rusty has been the leader and pianist of The Rusty Scott Quartet since the group’s 1994 inception. Rusty has been a fixture on the Boston jazz scene since 1990, performing professionally as both a soloist and in a wide variety of groups.


The Thrill Is Gone
Rustyjazz Records

Rusty Scott, organ
Tim Mayer, saxophones
Mike Mele, guitar
Dave Brophy, drums

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