Escape All Color
Scott picked up an electric guitar at the age of 13. By 14 he was writing music. A hardcore band, Born to Resist, was formed in high school which evolved into, In Pieces. With the release of many demos and a split CD, the group gained popularity in southern New England as an original melodic hardcore band. Scott graduated from Glastonbury High School (CT) in 2000 and continued his education at the University of Rhode Island as a Business Administration MIS Major. During this time, In Pieces released their first full length CD on a record label out of Philadelphia. At the end of his sophomore year, a major decision was made to pursue his degree and leave the band instead of going on a national tour. As a result of this difficult decision, Scotts songwriting for the acoustic guitar surfaced. Almost immediately, he was recognized as a talented, unique guitarist because of the fact that he strays from what is typically heard from most singer/songwriters. Scott doesn't play folk or your standard four-chord progression rock. He uses altered tunings and runs up and down the neck of the guitar with many created chords. Graduating URI in 2004, he is presently a Technical Support Engineer for a major corporation, but his passion remains with his music. In 2005, Scott started recording a full length CD entitled Escape All Color. The album was released in May 2006 in Newport, RI at the Empire Tea & Coffee Café.