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Time-out Tuesday for Adults - In-Tune Tales with Scot Marshall presents "All About That Bass"

Time-out Tuesday for Adults - In-Tune Tales with Scot Marshall presents "All About That Bass"

Presented by Pioneer Center Golden Encore



Led by professional bassist, vocalist, and storyteller Scot Marshall, along with jazz violinist Graham Marshall and pianist/vocalist Ron Savage, In-Tune Tales helps seniors connect the dots of American music’s evolution in new ways. Their program weaves this tale through music performance, spoken word, sound effects, and demonstrations. Seniors will recall some of the greatest American music from the 20th Century and will be encouraged to sing along to familiar tunes.  



Born and raised in Omaha, Scot Marshall has been entertaining in Reno/Tahoe since 1985. He first learned the art of storytelling from his grandmother, Adabelle Cherry Marshall, who traveled with Chautauqua from 1916-1918. While studying with jazz legend Rufus Reid, he learned how jazz improvisation is conducive to storytelling. Scot has played with the Reno Phil, Reno Chamber Orchestra, Omaha Symphony, Fargo/Moorhead Symphony, Arthur Fiedler, The Diamonds, Greg Adams, The Jordanaires, Mimi Fox, Gary Karr, and many more. Many will recognize Scot’s distinctive voice from the weekly KUNR radio program Saturday Night Jazz. 


This weekly program is just for adults. Join us for a variety of events that will allow you to disconnect and relax. Will you make something? Maybe. Will you learn something? Hopefully. Will you enjoy yourself? Definitely. ​


Registration is highly recommended. We limit attendance to ensure a safe environment and quality experience. 

Time-out Tuesday starts promptly at 4 pm. Out of respect for the presenters and other participants, if you are going to be more than five minutes late please try again another day.

Please stay at home if you or anyone in your household is feeling sick. Thank you!

Tuesday, February 13, 2024
4:00pm - 5:00pm
Diamond Room
South Valleys Library
Community Music
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