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Scott Tarulli is a Boston-based guitarist who has played professionally for over 28 years. Influenced by greats like Herbie Hancock, Jimi Hendrix, Cornell Dupree, Bill Evans, Steve Lukather, and James Burton, Tarulli released his debut solo album, “Transitions” in 2004 followed by a live album, “September in Boston: Live” in 2005. In 2012, Tarulli released a follow-up album titled “Anytime Anywhere” “featuring Tony levin and Jerry Marotta.
The instrumental album is full of guitar-oriented rock, funk, and jazz. “Each note played is a complete thought that, put together, makes a fantastic piece of musical literature.” – Bass Musician Magazine. Scott’s touring schedule includes live performances, various clinics throughout the world and Master Classes at prestigious music schools including Berklee College of Music, Holland College on Prince Edward Island, Canada and Conservatorio Statale di Musica “L. D’Annunzio” Pescara in Pescara Italy.
He has performed in various cities and countries including LA, Nashville, New York, Paris, Umbria, Pescara, France, and Italy. Aside from spending time as a busy Sideman and touring artist, Scott Tarulli has recorded with Jerry Marotta, Tony Levin, Ira Coleman, Mark Egan, The Temptations, Steve Gadd, Nile Rogers, Bernard Purdie, Chuck Rainey, Peter Eldridge, and Guthrie Govan, amongst many others.
Performed on recordings and live with The Temptations, Angelo Valori, Jerry Marotta, Tony Levin, Ira Coleman, Mark Egan, Steve Gadd, Nile Rogers, Bernard Purdie, Chuck Rainey, Peter Eldridge, and Guthrie Govan Commissioned to create an electric guitar arrangement for “NEO” by world renowned Sony Composer Dai Fujikura Has taught Master Classes at Conservatorio Statale di Musica “L. D’Annunzio” in Pescara, Italiy and Holland College in Prince Edward Island, Canada Featured on countless albums including “Next” by Jeff Oster featuring Nile Rogers, Alastair Mook’s “A Life I Never Had,” and Katrin’s “Soul Wide Open” Collaborated with BoSoma Dance Company for “The Playground,” a one-hour performance that blended improvisational modern dance and live music Featured on Guitar Plater magazine’s No Guitar Is Safe podcast with Jude Gold Performed alongside the Black Eyed Peas and Kelly Clarkson at the 2004 Super Bowl, and Earth, Wind and Fire, Alicia Keys, and Lionel Richie at the 2008 Super Bowl