New York-based jazz musician Tony Scherr has acoustic and electric powered bass and electric guitar in a number of (often downtown) line-ups. He used Woody Herman while an adolescent, and afterwards performed in Russ Gershon’s Either/Orchestra and John Lurie’s Lounge Lizards. Scherr provides toured the U.S., Japan and European countries, and now includes a saving studio based away from his house. He spent some time working often with reedist Michael Blake, within the Lounge Lizards, on Blake’s Kingdom of Champa and in the groove quartet, Gradual Poke, whose debut Compact disc Scherr also built. Other performers Tony Scherr spent some time working with consist of Sophie B. Hawkins and Maria Schneider.
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