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Another week of great live music at Sound Bites Grill

Michael Lucarelli (Courtesy/ Sound Bites Grill)

Michael Lucarelli (Courtesy/ Sound Bites Grill)

Originally Published: September 13, 2023 1:36 p.m.

Get set music fans for some of Sedona’s best live music performers strutting their stuff at Sound Bites Grill this week.

Great performances, and fun times are guaranteed for all who make the time to have fun and dine in the Sound Bites Grill Celebrity Showroom.

On Wednesday, Sept. 13, from 6 to 9 p.m., it’s acoustic guitar master Michel Lucarelli gracing the Sound Bites Celebrity Showroom Stage.

Lucarelli is a finger-picking style guitarist with a great command of lyrical movement and artistic expression. He is known for his diverse and expressive style, blending rock, popular, jazz, classical and Latin, as well as original compositions.

He has entertained in such prestigious venues as: The St. Regis Resort, Caesars Palace, the Italian American Club, MGM Grand, the Historic Arizona Inn, Venetian, Montage, Mirage, Ritz Carlton and Waldorf Astoria.

He has made numerous radio and television appearances including CBS’s Touched By An Angel, and most recently his music was Featured on Warner Brothers Television hit TV show “Major Crimes”. He has also entertained for industry notables such as Steven Spielberg, DreamWorks, Robert Redford and Arts & Entertainment.

On Thursday, Sept. 14, from 6 to 9 p.m., it’s Chill on the Hill with Sedona’s favorite father and son duo, Robin and Eric Miller weaving their musical magic.

These gifted local professionals cover the classics like no others can and always put on a show bound to please and excite you.

Both are accomplished songwriters as well with numerous albums under their belts. A favorite with the locals, their shows are always energetic and fun.

On Friday, Sept. 15, from 6 to 9 p.m. The Dave Len Scott Quartet returns to Sound Bites Grill.

Band leader Dave Len Scott spent 25 years as a freelance trumpeter and pianist, touring with Boz Scaggs and recording with artists on the Concord Jazz record label (Rosemary Clooney, Michael Feinstein, Big Kahuna & The Copa Cat Pack).

For a time, he was lead trumpeter and featured soloist with the Glenn Miller Orchestra.

Dave Len Scott is a master lead trumpet player that amazes his audience with his passion.

Scott, lays down the groove. He creates the perfect mood for enjoying a fine meal. He is fun to watch as he gives his all in every song he plays.

A Las Vegas alumni, Scott brings a veritable cornucopia of jazz classics and standards to the

Sound Bites Grill Celebrity Showroom Stage.

On Saturday, Sept. 16, from 6 to 19 p.m. Sound Bites Grill features, Scandalous Hands, a fusion rock band that knows how to rock, playing music from The Beatles, Steely Dan, Allman Brothers Band, Led Zeppelin, original tunes and more.

This four-piece band plays contemporary versions of rock standards, taking them to unfamiliar new heights as they jam out into the stratosphere.

Featuring explosive solos and infectious grooves, this is one band you want to see up-close-and-personal -- and no better place to see them than on the Sound Bites Celebrity Showroom stage.

Their live performances are impeccable, and their coverage of classics is unique and inspiring.

Band members include Troy Schilperoort on keyboard; Adam Haar on guitar and lead vocals; Dennis Messenger on bass; and Shawnee Snaketail on drums.

Scandalous Hands continues to grow, debuting new material with each performance, unleashing an explosive inventiveness in their covers of familiar classics.

Every member adds to the mix, creating a sound bigger than the sum of their parts.

On Sunday, Sept. 17, from 6 to 9 p.m. it’s Dave Len Scott once more hosting Jazz & Juice Sunday.

So, come on out this week to enjoy some of Northern Arizona’s best musicians and fine dining at its best at Sound Bites Grill.

Sound Bites Grill is located at the Shops at Piñon Point adjacent to the Hyatt in Sedona. For more information please visit SoundBitesGrill.com or call 928-282-2713. Tickets can be purchased via their website. Some shows are ticketed events.