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WStephenScott

WStephenScott

WStephenScott


A baby born abroad of American parents, Steve started playing music at age 15. He and a couple friends formed a rock and roll group in the mid 1960's "Homer and the Dont's" and based their music around the early "Rolling Stones", "The Beatles", "Dave Clark Five", "John Mayall", and "Paul Butterfield Blues Band". When it came to which rock instrument Steve Would play, it was decided that because he was lefthanded, Steve would play the Bass Guitar. Read more on Last.fm
A baby born abroad of American parents, Steve started playing music at age 15. He and a couple friends formed a rock and roll group in the mid 1960's "Homer and the Dont's" and based their music around the early "Rolling Stones", "The Beatles", "Dave Clark Five", "John Mayall", and "Paul Butterfield Blues Band". When it came to which rock instrument Steve Would play, it was decided that because he was lefthanded, Steve would play the Bass Guitar. It is reported that Steve saw a Righthanded guitar, picked it up and started off playing it lefthanded; in other words "upside down and backwards".

Seeing an old chord chart instructional booklet, his first two chords were 'C' and 'A minor', which he promptly applied to a song the Beatles were doing called "Anna". The Members cut three recordings - "Shindig", a "Live Radio Album" and a '45'. The Group had long been writing their own music, as well. Having gone through several group member changes a group called "Ladies WC" turned out to be Steve's final group in South America. There was an album cut in 1969 by this group of all original music. Having left College in South Carolina he and a group of musicians formed a group - Speed limit 35 - that started playing, recording, and writing their own music, including the music to an Off Off Broadway Play "Alice". Steve finally settled in Albuquerque, NM where his family was settled.

It did not take long for Steve to "Give his life to God, accepted Jesus Christ and his personal Lord and Savior and start a brand new life. he continued his music on electric guitar with "Inspiration" who made an LP of all original music, then "Promise" who recorded a Cassette of original music. Steve also played Bass and Lead for a friend on an all original "Kids Praise Music" Cassete. Steve became ill around 2002 and after a life saving surgery, had the vision of 'resurrecting' all his old original music. Things fell into place and Steve copyrighted 43 of his old originals from his 'hippie' days. He continued to write and copyright his music as a Computer Musician. Around this time, no telling how this fell into place, while thinking about what to do with his original music - old and new - he found "Garageband", which eventually turned into iLike.

Thrilled about the opportunity of people having access to the music, he put his heart and soul into uploading, continuing to write; eventually the music was coming so fast that he could not keep up with PA Copyrighting everything. He gives credit to his family of origin, his wife and children, his good friends and mostly to his God - Jesus Christ and God's Word - the Christian Bible. On a disability now, Steve continues to write, record on his computer and contribute his talents and experience in a Music and Recovery workshop loyally. His Love for Worship Music has him also playing in a Church group where he helps instruct and preform mostly on his own, but also within his group settings. Steve gives all the credit to Jesus, and the Word of God. and also to God The Father, and the Holy Spirit. The up-to-date on this continuing bio is his affiliation with last.fm. With sincere gratitude to Garageband, iLike & last.fm. He has always said that "If only one (1) person is changed for the good by the music, it was worth it all". That one person, he now reflects, could be WStephenScott. Read more on Last.fm.

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