Shades of Silver
For booking information, call (610) 359-8535
If you seek a jazz group, no problem. A rock and/or dance band? Done. How about a melding of music from the 40’s to today for a wedding or other special occasion? Look no farther, S.O.S. is all the help you will need. Shades of Silver is available from two to six pieces and can be combined to suit your needs.
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In addition to a solo career, Scot leads SHADES OF SILVER, a multi-faceted act able to tailor to most any situation. He also leads Adagio, a classical duo and Mindstorm, a progressive rock outfit. Scot has had his music featured on radio, books on tape, corporate phone-on-hold, webcasts and multiple CDs. As a writer, arranger, player and producer, Mr. Silver has garnered 5 well regarded CDs to date: Odyssey; Myles from Home; Shades of Silver; Kaleidescape and Flow.
Classical, Jazz, Rock…no musical stone left unturned.
Back again, don’t miss out. 9 -1 am
Scot solo this go ’round. 7:30-10:30
Nic V. and Scot mix it up once again from 6:30-8:30.
Full list of upcoming performances
Only the top musicians play in Shades of Silver…
Whether acoustic or electric, Jim is frequently called upon whenerver Shades of Siver needs what Nigel Tufnel called “that extra little push over the cliff”. And of course, he’s ready to take lead for any song with the word drinkin’ in the title.
More about Jim at JimBriggsMusic.com
Nicole is a force to be reckoned with. Sweet and unassuming, and then she let’s loose. Amazing range and power round out this versatile performer. Stevie Nicks to Led Zeppelin, no problem. And oh my, wait till you hear her sing Joss Stone, unreal! A lovely presence all around, let Nic V. fill your ears and hearts with her song.
You may remember Eric from his work with The Chuck Anderson Trio, Spring Rain, Chance, Whatsinaname, Entropic Bingo, Amnesty, and Horizon. He’s also been a teacher of electric bass performance and music theory for 15 years
Eric counts among his influences such diverse talents as Jaco Pastorious, Geddy Lee, John Pattituci, Tony Levin, Chris Squire, John Entwistle, Kansas, King Crimson, James Jamerson, John Cage, Richard Wagner, Vincent Persichetti, Bela Bartok and Bob Marley
Eric has studied with Chuck Anderson (composition, theory, and performance), breifly with John Pattituci (bass performance and jazz theory), Peter Paulsen, Dr. Larry Nelson, and majored in Music Education as well as Bass Performance at West Chester University.
More about Eric at EricSchreiberBass.com.
Pat’s top influences are Max Roach and John Bonham.
Christine is an expressive, warm and versatile singer. She is also the group’s percussionist.
After high school, Christine studied music in the school of off-beat knocks and smokey bars. She’s performed with Horizon, Mad Jazzsters, as well as The Nerve.
Christine’s main influences include Ani DiFranco, Ella Fitzgerald, Pat Benetar, Sarah McLachlan, Guster and Natalie Merchant. She confesses to a guilty pleasure: REO Speedwagon.