March 25 Special Event Jazz Concert with Tom Scott and The LA Express

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March 25 Special Event Jazz Concert with Tom Scott and The LA Express
Sunday, March 25, 2018 7:00 PM
Ventura Harbor Comedy Club, Ventura, CA
  • 18 & over
  • Two item minimum
 
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  • Ticket Price: $20.00
  • Door Time: 6:00 PM
  • Show Type: Jazz Pop
  • Restrictions: 18 & over
    Two items minimum
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Tom Scott's best-known works are the theme songs for TV series and movies from the 1970s and 1980s — Starsky and Hutch (a track entitled "Gotcha!") and The Streets of San Francisco, and his soprano sax solo and fills on the 1975 No. 1 hit single "Listen to What the Man Said" for Wings. In 1976 he played the theme I Still Can't Sleep in Taxi Driver.[2] In 1982, Scott collaborated with Johnny Mathis to write and record two versions – lyrical and instrumental – of "Without Us", the theme to the 80's sitcom Family Ties. His version of "Today" (a Jefferson Airplane original) was sampled in the Pete Rock & CL Smooth 1992 hit "They Reminisce Over You (T.R.O.Y.)".[3] In the Philippines, his best known hit is "Keep This Love Alive", which is a cut from his 1991 album of the same title, and featured lead vocals by David Pack.

Scott's professional career began as a teenager, as leader of a jazz ensemble Neoteric Trio, and then as a "first-call" session musician. He has dozens of solo recordings for which he collected thirteen Grammy nominations (three of which he won). He also has numerous film and television scoring credits, including composing and conducting the score for the movie Conquest of the Planet of the Apes, and appeared on records by such diverse artists as George Harrisonthe Beach BoysGrateful DeadPaul McCartneySteppenwolfRod Stewart ("Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?"), Whitney Houston ("Saving All My Love for You"), Barbra StreisandJoni MitchellBlondie ("Rapture"), Eddie MoneySteely Dan ("Black Cow"), Pink FloydQuincy JonesRichard Marx ("Children of the Night"), Carole KingHelen ReddyOlivia Newton-John and Frank Sinatra.

He produced two albums for tenor vocalist Daniel Rodriguez, formerly ‘The Singing Policeman’, the first of which, The Spirit of America, has sold over 400,000 copies to date. Scott is also a member of the Les Deux Love Orchestra and has conducted over thirty symphony orchestras around the U.S. as music director for Rodriguez.[4]

Scott was a founding member of the Blues Brothers Band, despite his absence in the two films, The Blues Brothers and Blues Brothers 2000. According to Bob Woodward's account in John Belushi's biography, Wired, Scott left the band after their 1980 tour over a salary dispute. However, he reunited with Dan Aykroyd and the Blues Brothers Band in 1988 to record a few tracks for The Great Outdoors.[5] Scott was also the leader of the house band on two short-lived late night talk shows: CBSThe Pat Sajak Show and Fox's The Chevy Chase Show and the Musical Director of the 68th Academy Awards in 1996, several Emmy Awards telecasts from 1996 to 2007, Ebony's 50th Birthday Celebration, and the People's Choice Awards telecasts.

 

Club Info

Ventura Harbor Comedy Club
1559 Spinnaker Drive, Suite 205
Ventura, CA 93001
Telephone: (
805) 644-1500
Click Here for Directions

Email us at: VHComedyClub@gmail.com for reservations 

The Ventura Harbor Comedy Club is Ventura County's premiere comedy destination. Located in the beautiful Ventura Harbor. Owned and Operated by seasoned Comedians Andres Fernandez and Randy Lubas since 2007, the Ventura Harbor Comedy Club has put Ventura on the map for stand up. Our club has featured some of the largest names in entertainment while nurturing the growth of local talent. Our venue is perfect for every celebration, especially Birthdays, Corporate Parties, Holiday Celebrations and Bachelor Parties. We expanded our club in 2012 with our Green Room Lounge, which offers one of the best views of the harbor. 
 
Our regular show hours or Tuesday through Friday at 8PM, Saturdays at 7PM & 9PM and Sundays at 7PM. Our age requirement is now 18 and over. Seating is first come first serve, reservations suggest for all events. Special Event prices subject to change. 

Showtimes

   

Admissions
$15
Except
Special Events

18 or accompanied by a parent

   
Thursday 8pm
Friday 8pm & and sometimes10pm
Saturday 7pm & 9pm
Sunday 7pm

 

Menu

Food
Veggie Wrap $9.50

Chopped veggies, jack cheese, lettuce and tomato with a cilantro dressing wrapped in a spinach tortilla

Chicken Wrap $11

Mesquite chicken, jack cheese and chopped veggies with a pesto aioli wrapped in a spinach tortilla

*NEW* All Star Comedy Subs $11

Your choice of:
Caprese: Tomato, mozarella and pesto on a baguette
Italian: Ham, pepperoni, salami, tomato, lettuce and italian dressing on a baguette

World's best Hot Dog $8

100% All-beef hot dog served with ketchup, mustard and salsa

Chicken Quesadilla $9

3-cheese blend grilled in a flour tortilla with sour cream

Beef Taquitos $8

6 All beef taquitos topped with melted cheese and served with sour cream and chunky salsa

Nachos Supreme $8.5

Corn tortilla chips topped with cheese, jalapenos, olives, sour cream, chunky salsa and guacamole

Costline Grilled Chicken Salad $12

Grilled Chicken on a bed of Romaine Lettuce with tomatoes, black olives, jalapenos, tortilla chips, and guacamole

Jumbo Shrimp Cocktail $12

Six Jumbo Shrimp served on a bed of Lettuce with a helping of our home made cocktail sauce

Chesse Plate $12

An assortment of 5 imported cheeses, fresh and dried fruit, nuts and crackers

Turkey Melt $11

Turkey covered with melted Swiss cheese, lettuce and tomato

Comedy Workshop

We teach a stand-up comedy workshop. If you have ever wanted to try stand-up comedy, this is the perfect place for you. Classes start October 19th and will continue every Sunday for the following 6 weeks!

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