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Scott DuBois

Guitarist/Composer and ACT recording artist Scott DuBois’s music is described by Jazz Times as “fascinating” and “brilliant”; by All About Jazz as “wondrous, chilling, atmospheric, and powerful as can be”; and by The New York City Jazz Record as “captivating music for the meditative thinker.” He has recorded two albums with David Liebman for the Soul Note record label, Monsoon (2004) and Tempest (2006), and three albums for the Sunnyside record label, Banshees (2008), Black Hawk Dance (2010), and Landscape Scripture (2012). His Black Hawk Dance album received a 5-star review in DownBeat Magazine and his Landscape Scripture album was named one of the “Top 10 Jazz Albums of 2012” by National Public Radio. In 2015 DuBois signed with the ACT record label and released his sixth album Winter Light which was named as one of the best “Albums of the Year” by the New York City Jazz Record, one of the “Best Releases of 2016” by All About Jazz, one of the “25 Favorite Discs of 2015” by New York City’s Downtown Music Gallery, the “#1 Jazz Album of 2015” by Poland's LongPlay, one of “ten albums of 2015 to track down” by The Los Angeles Times, one of the “Best Albums of the Year 2016” by All About Jazz Italia, and one of the best “Albums of the Year” in Germany’s Fono Forum classical and jazz magazine

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Summer Water

Watertone Music/Sunnyside Records
2021

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Autumn Wind

ACT Music
2017

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Winter Light

ACT Music
2016

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Winter Light

ACT Music
2015

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Landscape Scripture

Sunnyside Records
2013

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Landscape Scripture

Sunnyside Records
2012

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