The Sing Strings: Scheherazade Stone and Brian Gore

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“Scheherazade Stone is a superb musician and a stunning singer with a magnetic stage presence” – (Robert Hurwitt, SF Examiner)

Scheherazade (pronounced Shuh-herr-uh-zahhd) Stone got her first name from her parents who raised her in a musical way. Her contributions to the music scene have been appropriately eclectic, reflecting the rich diversity of the San Francisco Bay Area, where she was born and bred.

She’s collaborated with players ranging from Don Cherry, Chico Freeman and Omar Sosa to Jai Uttal and Cheb I Sabbah. She even appeared on a Grammy nominated tune from the Hieroglyphics Ensemble. Additionally, she’s received BAMMIE (Bay Area Music Award) nominations for her vocal talents as well as for her work with Hueman Flavor.
“I love Scheherazade Stone and it’s always interesting to hear her sing,” proclaims JH Tompkins of the SF Guardian. Regardless of the project, she’s always met with considerable critical acclaim.  Julia Chase of the SF Weekly says, “Vocalist Scheherazade Stone is the scene stealer, a vision of Josephine Baker in vintage gowns, she drifts effortlessly between her character Paulette and her place in the band.”

Click here for the website of BRIAN GORE

Known as a “poet of the guitar,” Brian Gore’s emotive, expressive style combines influences from folk, jazz and classical music. Ron Forbes-Roberts of Acoustic Guitar Magazine says, “Gore’s finely crafted poetic ‘songs without words’ take the listener on a spellbinding, emotional ride.

He has great facility as a player, but it’s the depth and range of moods his pieces evoke that makes his music such a pleasure.”
A musical romantic, who draws inspiration from literature and philosophy, he employs his virtuosity in the service of the heart. He is a self-taught guitarist who’s developed “one of the most unique new acoustic guitar styles on the scene today” (News and Review). He has “emerged in the past decade as a leading figure in the new acoustic music movement pioneered by the late Michael Hedges.” (Contra Costa Times).
Gore performs as the founder of International Guitar Night (IGN/USA). He can also be found touring solo, as well as in double bills, in concert halls and festivals around the world. He’s been featured on NPR’s nationally syndicated Echoes Radio and performed live on many NPR affiliate stations in the US.


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  2. I see we are featuring both on Ganga’s project. Looked your name up (no sound on this machine so I can’t here your voice..) but interesting to read. My father was a Jazz musician from Amsterdam (Piet Kuiters Myspace) and he played his last years at both North Sea festival and at the Bimhuis. He died 2005.
    I have some contacts in San Fransisco but last time I was in America was in 1969! One year old living at Chelsea hotel… Looking forward to listen to your voice and it would be nice if we could hold the line. I’m a singer/songwriter and operate in any style. I “invented” what I call SpaghettiSwing (Ex: Django Novo on Youtube w/ Daydream) but also make reggae, funk etc.

    All the best from me ;D

  3. I love your talent and what you can create from within and outward to others to enjoy. I wish I could support you in the way that you deserve but I can only pray for blessings to come your way in your journey of string play and poetic hymns & rythms.

    Lots of mwah Angel Ruby ‘D

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