Delbert Felix Quintet, featuring Huxsie Scott and Teddy Adams
Delbert Felix Bio
Delbert Felix is from Frogmore S.C. His father introduced him to Music but witnessing his mother’s love for music inspired him to become one. He attended Fla. A&M but later transferred to Berklee School of Music. While I Berklee, he began to practice with Branford Marsalis, Jeff Train Watts, Kevin Eubanks, Rachelle Ferrell, Ralph Moore and many others. He joined the Armed Forces band where he taught at The School of Music for 2 years. He has performed with Joe Henderson, Dizzy Gillespie, Joanne Brackeen, John Hicks Mulgrew Miller, Branford Marsalis. Kenny Kirkland, Ellis, Wynton, Delfeayo, Jason Marsalis along with recording with Chris Potter, Branford Marsalis, Billy Cobham Freddy Cole among others. Felix currently resides in Atlanta GA. where he performs on a regular basis.
Huxsie Scott Bio
A native of Savannah, Georgia, Huxsie Scott is regarded as one of the greatest jazz/blues artists ever to live and perform in the Savannah Coastal Area. Huxsie began her career as a jazz vocalist in 1973. She has performed with many of the area’s premier jazz ensembles and symphony orchestras and was a featured opener for such jazz greats as the late Lionel Hampton and McCoy Tyner. She was the original vocalist for the Savannah Jazz Orchestra and worked as the featured vocalist for jazz great and savannah resident, bassist Ben Tucker. In 1987 Huxsie came full circle and went back to her roots, singing Gospel and Inspirational music. She has recorded four full Gospel projects, an album of Johnny Mercer music and a self titled album of her favorite standards. Huxsie has been a featured vocalist at the Savannah Theatre since they opened in August of 2002. She is also a staff member in the music ministry at Overcoming By Faith Church. She is the proud mother of twin daughters and a son, the grandmother of eleven and great grandmother of one.
Teddy Adams – Bio
Teddy is presently teaching, lecturing and leading his own group. He also is on the Board of Directors for the Coastal Jazz Association, co-leads the Savannah Jazz Orchestra, and is one of the first inductees in the Savannah/ Coastal Jazz Association Hall of Fame.