Scheherazade Stone sings Gil Scott-Heron

Scheherazade Stone sings Gil Scott-Heron

Local songstress Scheherazade Stone breaths new life into the words of Gil Scott-Heron with a standout Hotplate tribute that’s sure to be the talk of the town!


Includes FRONT BURNER session on the life and times of Gil Scott-Heron, led by SFJAZZ Education Director Rebeca Mauleón.


About Gil Scott-Heron

Gil Scott-Heron is by definition the most important progenitor of hip-hop music. His spoken word and poetic style was influential to every generation of the genre since its inception. His collaborative efforts with musician Brian Jackson were a mix of jazz, blues, and soul combined with the lyrical content of the political issues of the time. A self proclaimed “bluesologist,” his best know composition “The Revolution Will Not Be Televised” still remains an influential anthem on today’s modern music.


About Scheherazade Stone

The San Francisco native is no stranger to the local music scene – her collaborations with Don Cherry, Kai Eckhardt, Taj Mahal, Beck, Brian McKnight, The Grateful Dead & Bob Weir have made her a Bay Area vocal staple. Recently testing the waters abroad, with performances in Holland, Africa, Rome, Spain & Japan – she has been keeping herself active as part of the Kai Eckhardt’s eclectic Zeitgeist group & preparing for the release of her latest album “Chasing The Sun.” Interested in contributing? Check out her Kickstarter campaign at

Artist Personnel

Scheherazade Stone vocals
Osam Ezzeldin keyboards
Chris Robinson guitar
Kai Eckhardt bass
Deszon Claiborne drums