Scott Farr's Jazz Farm has performed on the same bill as Du Hickey, whose drummer works at Warner Bros., the company and record label for Van Halen, whose guitarist is Eddie Van Halen, who has jammed with Eric Clapton, who played with Jack Bruce, who recorded with Tony Williams Lifetime with John McLaughlin, who played with Miles Davis, who did drugs with Charlie Parker, who played with guitarist Mundel Lowe, who played a concert with one of my guitar teachers Rick Haydon, who also taught Scott Alspach, who is now known as Scott Spock and is a huge producer in "The Matrix" for Avril Lavigne and Britney Spears, who dated Justin Timberlake, who was in N'Sync and influenced by Michael Jackson who loves all children just like Jesus Christ, the son of God.
"Crude and Tasteless..." (Steve Farr, father)
Greg Burk of LA Weekly writes:
Scott Farr of Jazz Farm plays guitar like you wished you could when you were a kid - blazing on a nasty-toned Les Paul, blues leaking from his shoes, crackling with the excess energy of youth and uncoolness. The presence of John Wood's organ may raise flashes of some old Tony Williams trio with Larry Young and John McLaughlin, except Farr's fire is all in the 'nads. The Illinois plowboy sometimes even indulges in a typically unrestrained howl: "I can't rock so I stroke my own cock/Jangle my guitar and make fun of Scott Farr."
"Farr is one serious dude when it comes to his music. This is air guitar stuff (don't do this while driving) for all of you guys out there that practice that on a daily basis..."(Keith Hanneleck, muzikreviews.com)
"one could easily assume that someone's meds were forgotten before pressing record..."(J-Sin)