Like any all-American boy, Scott became interested in music in high school, an interest that led inevitably to rock and roll. "I had a keyboard and started out with some friends, wanting to put a rock band together. Playing music was something I was interested in and for me, it was always a positive energizing experience," he says.
Scott discovered a knack for composing and, with a guitarist friend, developed the habit of rising early each morning to "jam to the sunrise" before school started. Then, as now, the wonders of nature provided much of the inspiration for his compositions. But after several years of playing in smoky clubs and struggling to keep bands together, Scott discarded rock music and the lifestyle that seemed inseparable from it. The requisite long hair stayed however.
"I started trying to get back to the kind of music that I rememberd playing in the begining," Scott says, "trying to capture the aspect of music that is so positive and inspiring."
Commitment renewed, Scott studied music seriously, using piano as his primary instrument. Many would classify his music as "New Age", but Scott is more concerned wih the feeling it generates in listeners than with its category. Music is something that can touch and affect and inspire people. As I play for various audiences, there are people who seem to be truly affected by the music, and who let me know that," he says.
Check out the artist's website:
1. Lost in the Horizon
3. A Simple Reflection
4. Embrace the Journey