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06:20 07-06-2015
Esteban Ramirez
Where and when is the Next show in USA? Is very difucult to found that information in internet. Thankyou. Im from México and i want to listen scott to soon.
01:48 27-05-2015
Kevin Noblet
Scott,

Scott,

Discovered your music a few years back (actually rediscovered it, as I used to hear you play in Leo's Tap way back when in Providence) and am wondering, how will I hear when you're playing in the New York area? If there's an email list for tour info, I'd love to be on it. I might even try to catch you in Europe on a trip there if I knew where and when you're playing. Thanks.
16:40 20-05-2015
Taryn
Hi Scott - I wanted to let you know that one of your early mentors, Pete Peligian, passed away in Providence, RI on May 18. As you know, he was a great man as well as a great musician.
02:23 18-05-2015
Lou
Scott - we met in Hollywood when you played in one of the local clubs. You even autographed a "cassette tape cover" for me between sets. Shows you how long ago that night was. My father (a tenor sax player himself) and I came in to hear you play. It was my best night out with my dad ever. Your sound and his are so very much a like. I can hear my dad in your phrasing and breath. He passed away many years ago but your CDs keeps him alive in my heart and mind. Thanks for all of the great memories.
17:09 16-05-2015
NEIL MCLEAN
I HAVE BEEN LISTENING TO YOU FOR MANY YEARS, AND ADMIRE YOUR SOUND AND APPROACH TO JAZZ TENOR PLAYING. I AM 95 YR OLD LONG TIME TENORIST, AND HAVE BECOME FAMILIAR WITH MOST ALL ARRIVED AND WOULD-BE TENOR JAZZERS. YOUR PLAYING IS A JOY TO HEAR. CHEERS.
14:28 30-04-2015
George Koury
Hi Scott,
Wanted you to know how much we miss the wonderful times we saw you at Christine's on the Cape. They were great times with Dave Mckenna, Gray Sargent, Marshall Woods and Artie Cabral. Donna Burns was there often, too.

I have most of your CD's and have acquired a good jazz collection over the years that I have on my IPOD for ease of use and portability; over 3000 selections.

I'm eighty five now and and grateful to you and other young artists for carrying on the jazz tradition. One other that stands out is Harry Allen.

Well, in the last few years we have lost some of the best from around the Cape; Dave Mckenna, Ruby Braff, Dick Johnson, and the great Lou Colombo.

I would give anything to see you in person again. Hopefully, you might get close to Cape Cod or Sanibel Island, fl.

Thanks again for years of giving us a lift when we neeeded one.

George Koury
08:22 19-04-2015
David Pepperell
Scott we would love to see you in Australia. How about coming over here and playing for us soon? Melbourne has a huge Jazz Festival annually, maybe that would be a way for you to come here.
19:50 09-04-2015
Carolina
Hey Scott, met you on the Eurostar to Paris yesterday where we had a long conversation that culminated in showing off each other cats... it was a pleasure talking to you and as much as I admittedly don't know your music (yet) I will be sure to come hear you play when you're next in London!
Have a great time performing in Paris Carolina
00:55 11-03-2015
Ron Carducci
Dear Scott (if I may)

I and my wife were just sitting in my hot tub and listening (as usual) to Scott Hamilton w/Strings. I am so very appreciative of your playing. You seem to be the perfect blend of intellect and emotion. My dad was a jazz drummer and a huge fan of Ben Webster and played his and Hawk's recordings all the time. I hear Ben and Hawk in your playing but I also recognize your very pronounced personal sound.

I'm a great believer that as players grow fully into their personal identity their playing expresses who they are. I often tell my wife as we listen to you that I'm convinced you are bright, sensitive, passionate, understated interpersonally but feel very deeply. You are empathetic but in an understated way. You are sentimental but not mushy. You are a bit shy but socially comfortable. You wear very well, Scott, and have given us a great deal of pleasure.

One of my mentors when I was a young drummer was Jake Hanna and he spoke lovingly of your playing. I admire your artfulness and understated, relaxed approach to expressing yourself. Thank you, Scott. You have enriched my life.

Ron

Ron Carducci, Ph.D.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
303-721-0850
www.friendshipdoctor.com
00:14 02-03-2015
Beth Schneider
My husband is a big fan and would love to hear you play anywhere in the US. Can you give us a calendar of appearances in 2015? Thanks!
10:52 28-02-2015
James Bailey
Hi Scott
Can let us know when you are over in the UK again. We are interested in booking you to play in Leicester. We are currently organising bookings for this Autumn 2015 (9th Sept , 7th Oct, 11th Nov - would one of these dates suit you. Failing this, how are you fixed in 2016?
Best wishes
Jim & Richard
Leicester Jazz House
18:16 25-02-2015
Amora
Hi Scott,

I am a big fan of your work, please let me know when you would be playing NYC again! I would love to go see it with friends.

Thanks and take care,

Amora
16:42 25-02-2015
Simon Basinger
oh ! Monsieur Hamilton bravo pour toute ces interprétations, j'espère qu'un jour nous organiserons un concert à Paris, ou vous êtes le bienvenue ! votre saxophone est légendaire ! quant à une des interprétations que je préfère , c'est celle de My Foolish Heart ! à très vite ! Simon Basinger Paris France
23:22 21-02-2015
Jack O'Bryan
I heard briefly on KCSM FM in San Mateo that you were in the Bay Area and might be playing in Piedmont, Ca. tonight (Sat.), but my son and I couldn't find out where in Piedmont, so I guess we'll miss you this time.
17:09 13-02-2015
Tim Manning
I heard you years ago when a British politician called Hague asked the BBC to play a track from After Hours. I knew I liked it very much then and it's only recently that I found out your name in the BBC archives from that day in 1999.
If ever you come to Ireland let me know please.
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