Mike Peters, The Alarm, Peter Asher, Denny Laine, Abbey Road, Band on the Run,
Mambo Sons, Orange Crush, Red & the Rockets, Savage Brothers and more!
Scott is joining forces with CT-based entertainers The Savage Brothers Band in August. Auditions were recently held
for lead vocalist/bass players, and Scott was offered the full time position. This is a pretty big role for Scott to take
on, and the band will be playing all over Southern New England just like it has every year since forming in 1984.
*The Boys Are Back In Town
Blues and Original Rock Band Mambo Sons
Celebrate 18 Years At Hartford's Black Eyed Sallys. Scott, Tom, Joe and Russ Serve up songs from Tom Guerra's second solo
release "Trampling Out The Vintage" as well as a couple of Thin Lizzy tunes they boys added to their cover setlist.
*Nuthin' But The Blues
Scott returns to some of his Blues roots by teaming up with
old pal and mentor Chris Stovall Brown at Terry O'Reilly's in Newton, MA as part of the Sunday Blues Series. Scott used to
tear these stages up back in the day, and this show promises to be something of a revival!
*Three to Get Ready
Scott kicks off the new year singing with the unique band The
Threesies at The Parlor Room in Northampton. The band specializes in waltzes and anything non-standard 2-4. Scott will be
singing "With a Little Help From My Friends" and a few other songs.
Scott opened up for Mike Peters of The Alarm
on Wednesday, September 14th at The Iron Horse Music Hall in Northampton. Scott was a huge fan of The Alarm in the '80s, and
saw them in concert a few times (including as an opener for U2). Now he gets to open up for their lead singer on his Solo
Tour! Scott joined Mike onstage for his encore of "Knockin' on Heaven's Door" in front of a joyous crowd.
*The New Solo Recording "Alternate Routes"
Scott has compiled material
from a handful of sessions to present the solo release "Alternate Routes" 11 Songs you can listen to for free at
his Free Music Page/Online Jukebox
Scott appeared again as his alter-ego Zip Cody to play at Transperformance #26 on Tuesday, August 30th at the Pines
Theater in support of the Northampton Arts Council. As Zip, Scott has played everything from '60s Folk Icon Tim Buckley (2006)
to Outlaw Country singer Johnny Paycheck this year. This marked the 10 year anniversary of Zip Cody playing at a truly wonderful
and unique benefit show/music festival.
Scott brings his solo acoustic act to Falmouth Harbor Cruises, and Stamford Yacht Club in July. "Fear No '80s"
is the demo he uses as his calling card, and you can hear all of the songs right here on his Music Page for FREE!
*Get Your Motor Running
Scott has been singing and playing guitar with classic rock, soul and country aficionados Whiskey Park since 2015
- digging into his soul catalogue, and bringing out his inner Otis Redding and Wilson Pickett, with wicked results. At the
same time, Scott has paired up with Brass Attack frontman Ed Chouinard to form the Ed N' Scott Duo. Scott has often found
himself guesting on lead vocals for Brass Attack of Springfield, most recently performing with them at Stafford Motor Speedway.
Music from Orange Crush's original CD "'80s All Over" continues
to be featured on the ABC TV comedy "Fresh Off The Boat". Although the group stopped performing live shows back
in November, the original songs still get airplay on your television!
Scott's Rockabilly Roots Project Red & The Rockets closed out the year with
it's first club show, and the band has already performed two shows in Lowell as a duo this year. Scott and co-lead singer
Marianna Redd recently lit up the stage at The Backpage, and again three days later at the Wicked Irish Pub. Scott & Marianna
perform together again in July (with guitarist Rick Murnane) at the Farmington Valley Shoppes as part of that town's Summer
*Wings Over New England
Scott joined Boston's Swinging Steaks to support former
Wings guitarist/singer Denny Laine in Springfield at Stearns Square on Thursday, August 6th. Playing 'Band on the Run' in
its entirety, as well as a few other songs by Paul McCartney and Wings, "Go Now" by The Moody Blues, and a solo
song by Denny Laine that goes back to 1967 called "Say You Don't Mind". Scott sang lead vocals on some of the biggest
hits, including "Jet". More shows in the Fall and currently underway featuring Peter Asher, hits from Peter and
Gordon, and featuring the music of the Beatles Abbey Road in its entirety.