Related projects: Scott Bradlee & Postmodern Jukebox and Saturday Morning Slow Jams Scott Bradlee is a jazz pianist from Hartford, CT who is quickly building a following in his new home of New York City, where he completing his Master's Degree at NYU. His work can be found on iTunes and Amazon, as well as on his popular YouTube channel. He wrote and produced "An Evening With The Sesha Loop," the full-length debut of his pop-rock band The Sesha Loop. As an arranger, he contributed arranging work for New Arts NYC's "For the Love of Lennon" and "New Arts in the Park" concerts in Central Park. As an educator, he teaches piano to students of all ages and has given presentations on the history of jazz at several cultural establishments. When he played his first professional gigs at age 16, Scott had already been studying jazz and improvisation for four years, both on his own and with the instruction of jazz pianist Skip Wilkens. He participated in the July Jazz Getaway at Moravian College as well as the NJPAC's Jazz for Teens series, and was selected as the Hunterdon County representative for the New Jersey Teen Arts festival in 1999. In 2000, Scott entered The Hartt School at University of Hartford and was immediately placed in the advanced jazz ensemble under the guidance of jazz great Steve Davis. At Hartt he studied with jazz pianist Andy LaVerne and began gigging consistently at weddings, banquets, and other special events.