A very nice review of “Bury My Heart from the Downtown Music Gallery in NYC
(one of the best record stores in the world for jazz and beyond)

All About Jazz! Review of “Bury My Heart”

NPR Interview/Performance discussing upcoming record “Bury My Heart”

photo by Lauren Serpa

photo by Lauren Serpa

Part 1

Part 2

The Jazz  Session

I had the pleasure of meeting and hosting Jason Crane, the creator of the Jazz Session Podcast, while he was in Richmond.  Jason has been on a “Jazz or Bust Tour” of the country, traveling by Greyhound Bus to various cities and interviewing musicians along the way.  (as well as reading his poetry wherever possible).  You can find out more information about the Jazz Session, Jason’s poetry and the Jazz or Bust Tour on his website at

While he was in town we were able to sit down and do an interview about the ScottClark4tet, our new album “A&B” and all things Richmond.  Here is the link to listen to the interview and a link to the digital version of our record.

Jazz Session Interview

ScottClark4tet A&B

How We Don’t Talk About Musicians
April 28, 2011

Scott Clark is a drummer. He plays in a few original bands that you probably don’t know about: Glows In The Dark, ILAD and recently, the Scott Clark 4tet. (There are others, I’m sure.) I don’t say this with music nerd pleasure, like “I know about these bands and you don’t”; I really wish you knew about these bands. They’re just based in Richmond, Va., which means it’s somewhat of an uphill battle for their wider recognition….read more

RVAJazz Interview:

Scott Clark 4tet: Back line leader

by David Tenenholtz

Drummer and composer Scott Clark has a taste for the “nerdy” sides of music and TV. Some of the music that he composes is held to the rigid structures of “Serialism” by using all twelve pitches in a repeating order. After late-night gigs with indefinable ensembles like Ilad and Glows in the Dark, along with a boogaloo/funk project called The New Belgians, he routinely chills out by watching re-runs of Star Trek at his apartment. I met up with Scott in his apartment, where his own vibrant abstract painting hung above the couch in his living room, to discuss the impetus for his recently formed band, The Scott Clark 4tet, along with his thoughts on the Richmond music scene… more