About the 1890s re-enactment: "He tells about playing with Sousa and other bands in the 1890s, and Shelsta's trombone solos were stupefying."
— Paul Carpenter, Chicago Tribune
"Scott Shelsta is a superb musician who is able to perform the most difficult solos with ease. He thrills an audience with his blazing technique and possesses an affable demeanor which endears him to his listeners. It is a joy and a pleasure to conduct him in concert. He truly ranks among the finest soloists of our time."
— Colonel Arnald D. Gabriel, USAF (Ret)
Hear His Music!
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Bluebells of Scotland
Cherry Pink and Apple Blossom White
Embraceable You, Someone Loves Me, Liza
It's All in the Game
Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho
arr. Laura Callahan-David Miller
Our Love is Here to Stay
Someone to Watch Over Me
Thoughts of Love