The Clayton/Scott Group receives the Canadian Smooth Jazz Award for Best Group or Duo in 2005:

For the second year in a row, Jim Clayton (aka the Robeau) and Andrew Scott's recording act, The Clayton/Scott Group have been nominated for Best Group or Duo at the Canadian Smooth Jazz Awards. You can help the boys repeat their big win this year by rocking the online vote at

  • The Clayton/Scott Group's current album, So Nice, was released by Boomtang/Koch, and is a staple of Canadian radio. Their debut recording, August, was released in 2002, and has received both critical acclaim and substantial local and international airplay. One of the tracks from August was included on the soundtrack of the Don McKellar film Child Star, which made its premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2004.

    The first annual Canadian Smooth Jazz Awards took place April 10, 2005 at The Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts. Among the other artists celebrated at the festivities were international sensation Diana Krall, former member of 80’s rock band, Triumph, guitarist Rik Emmett and Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient George Benson. This year's ceremony which is set to take place April 7th at Missauga's Living Arts Centre includes lots of familiar faces as well as first time nominee Michael Buble and George Benson Lifetime achievement Award recipient Bob James!

    Andy and Jim were also recognized with a win at the 2004 Canadian Urban Music Award for Best Jazz Recording, an event that was televised nationally on CBC television and a nomination for Best Electric Group at the National Jazz Awards in 2005.

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