He also toured with Margaret Becker, The Wilkinsons, and Fernando Ortega, after his stint in Wariner's band. He traveled to more than a dozen countries on three continents, performing on concert stage and broadcast, supporting other artists such as: Sir Elton John, Aaron Neville, Andrae Crouch, Gloria Estefan, Ricky Skaggs, Eddy Arnold, Brian Littrell (of Backstreet Boys), David Foster, Larry Gatlin, and Marc Antony. After touring, Scott decided to focus on his composing and arranging skills. Working with local and national filmmakers over the next few years, Scott has since scored movies that have been accepted at numerous film festivals worldwide.
Of note, "Sith'D," a short Star Wars spoof, won Best Comedy at Comic-Con (2006), and "Gracie: diary of a coma patient" (2007) won festival awards for director Jeff Wedding, and received much critical acclaim for Scott's musical score. Scott's varied talents as an arranger, composer and performer have been featured on albums by Donna Summer, This Is My America (Various Artists), Monte Montgomery, Seay, Leif Shires, and on the movie soundtracks of Smart People and London Tango. Recently, Scott has written dozens of instrumental pieces, including a suite of tangos (the Porteña Suite, dedicated to Diana Holland & Tango Nashville), been commissioned to write scores for two short films (performed live at Christ Church Cathedral), as well as composed and freely improvised jazz pieces on the acclaimed "Live In Studio 'C'" program on WPLN, all featuring some of the finest musicians in the world. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
show me more