Scott Prater, born in Neosho, Missouri spent his "very long and miserable" childhood between Southwest Missouri, Northeast Oklahoma and North Texas, changing school districts an average of once a year. After high school, he joined local band "the Resistance", and later hitchhiked from Grand Prairie to Anaheim, California, sleeping in "men's shelters", cardboard boxes, and an abandoned camper top behind a manufacturing plant. Scott learned self-reliance, a healthy general mistrust of society, and the appreciation of the simple things in life from this experience. Scott puts it this way, "I was raised in Texas but I grew up in California." Upon returning to Texas, Scott started busking on the streets of Dallas' West End and Deep Ellum districts and soon began helping to develop Dallas' "Galaxy Club" in the Deep Ellum district, into a self-supporting, progressively booked live music venue which often features local and international Punk Rock bands among other genres and is still going strong today. After two years with the club Scott recruited former "Resistance" band mate, Mitch Eggers to replace him as club manager, and began concentrating on 'Miller Lowlife'. Scott is now the sole proprietor of www.jorgerecords.com and is currently playing blues music.
Check out the artist's website:
1. Punker Than Thou
5. Signs of Discontent