In 1968, Scott joined the popular San Francisco group, The Stuart Little Band which became the opening act in concerts, clubs and TV appearances with: Chicago, Santana, David Bowie, Billy Paul, Bob Marley, The Jefferson Airplane, Sarah Vaughn, Carmen McRae, Stan Getz, Charles Lloyd, Cold Blood, Van Morrison, Sopwith Camel, Buddy Rich, Bo Diddley, Al Jarreau, It’s A Beautiful Day, Elvin Bishop, The Grateful Dead, The Tubes, Taj Mahal, Loggins & Messina, Huey Lewis, Boz Scaggs, and other groups in the San Francisco music scene. In 1973, Scott moved to Lake Tahoe and became a staff musician for the casino orchestras at Harrah’s Tahoe, Sahara Tahoe and Harrah’s Reno. He performed with Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Robert Goulet, The Carpenters, Mitzi Gaynor, Shirley McClaine, The Smothers Bros., Don Rickles, Charlie Rich, The Righteous Bros. etc. While living in Lake Tahoe, he formed his own live-stage production company and began writing & producing live stage shows in Las Vegas, Reno, Lake Tahoe, Dallas and Los Angeles. In 1979, he returned to Hollywood as a composer/producer. He was a co-founder of The International Documentary Association.
In 1987, in Hollywood, he started working with Alan Ett and in 1991 became co-founder of the Alan Ett Music Group. In 1996, Scott was awarded an Emmy for his work with Robert Goulet on ESPN’s NCAA Men’s College Basketball Championship campaign. In 2001 & 2002 he produced the music for (16) comedy spots for Priceline.com featuring William Shatner singing in concert. In both 2004 & 2005, he was hired as Music Director for the NFL Network’s Super Bowl half-time commercials. In 2006, Scott co-composed and produced the music for “Centered In The Universe” – the new show at the Samuel Ochin Planetarium at the Griffith Observatory.
Scott is a member of BMI, The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and The Society of Composers & Lyricists, The Brubeck Institute. He is SVP Creative for AECG and it’s companies.
Awards: Emmy, Belding, Addy, National Silver Microphone Awards, National Telly Awards.