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Scott Klopfenstein

Scott Klopfenstein

Scott Klopfenstein


Scott "Scotty" A. Klopfenstein is a long-time member of Reel Big Fish. He plays trumpet, guitar, keyboard, and sings. Before the release of Reel Big Fish's third album, he mainly played trumpet and sang backup, but he is the lead vocalist for the songs "Average Man", and "Drunk Again" (Klopfenstein penned both of these songs, as opposed to the majority of RBF songs which are written by lead vocalist/guitarist Aaron Barrett). He plays guitar for most of the songs on Cheer Up!, and also plays keyboard at live shows when one is available. Read more on Last.fm
Scott "Scotty" A. Klopfenstein is a long-time member of Reel Big Fish. He plays trumpet, guitar, keyboard, and sings. Before the release of Reel Big Fish's third album, he mainly played trumpet and sang backup, but he is the lead vocalist for the songs "Average Man", and "Drunk Again" (Klopfenstein penned both of these songs, as opposed to the majority of RBF songs which are written by lead vocalist/guitarist Aaron Barrett).

He plays guitar for most of the songs on Cheer Up!, and also plays keyboard at live shows when one is available. In concert, Scott talks to the audience frequently and participates in humorous banter with Barrett. Once, in an interview, Scott summed up Reel Big Fish in 5 words: Good Funky, Sexy, Chicken Fingers. Before joining Reel Big Fish, Scott was a member of Orange County's Nuckle Brothers and The Scholars as a trumpeter and vocalist. He briefly headed a side project called Pal with fellow former The Scholars member Jesse Wilder, but then started The Littlest Man Band, which also features Dan Regan from Reel Big Fish, and three members of The Scholars. (Scott and the LMB appear a bit more classy and he promises, he is trying to be a better man.) Reel Big Fish and The Littlest Man Band have often conveniently performed at the same venues.

However, the band has been inactive for almost two years and, at recent events during RBF's summer tour, Scott has mentioned that due to his move to Brooklyn, New York, he no longer has the opportunity to perform with the band. However, he states he is currently working on a new side project of which "details will be released by the end of 2006". As of yet, no details have been released. Read more on Last.fm.

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