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Scott Earl Holman

7 TIME GRAMMY WINNER Paul Wertico says “... a musical statement that takes you somewhere you might have always wanted to go but never knew existed.”

Crumblehead Records proudly presents the worldwide release of
'Faith And Works' 2009 featuring Paul Wertico on drums and Larry Gray on bass.

While at the Chicago Blue Note, the Scott Earl Holman Trio opened for
Maynard Ferguson,
Leon Russel,
Maria Muldaur,
G.E Smith ( 'Saturday Night Live' bandleader), and many more.
He has performed with legends like Ira Sullivan, Von Freeman, Lin Halliday, Richie Cole, Larry Gray, Eric Alexander, Paul Wertico and others.
Holman is the founding father of many jazz programs in Chicago, including , Chambers, Chicago Blue Note, Frankie's Blue Room, Tony's Paisons, Delaney & Murphy's, Regina's.

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Below is a small sample of DJ responses and stations playing 'Faith And Works' as of 3/05/09

Peter Merrett PBS 106-7 FM Melbourne Australia Scott you have definitely produced an incredible companion to your first cd we received, “Don't Wake The Kids”. “faith And Works” is a broody, moody master piece of exploratory Jazz. Adventurous and extremely engaging, ably led by your exquisite piano, add to that Larry Gray and Paul Wertico and we have an electric combination exploring the boundaries Then redefining them. At times time stood still and notes were suspended in space adding to the tension and emotion of this cd, all in all a brilliant cd

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Faith And Works

Faith And Works

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