"A singer/songwriter who lures his fans with his rich, imaginative sound leaving them craving more and the music industry curious to hear more."
Asbury Park, NJ (PRWEB) August 25, 2015
Scott Thomas Webster has a unique way of blending a classic rock sound with an original twist in nod to his influences from the '60s to the present. Primarily a solo act playing acoustic guitar and harmonica, Scott also brings a strong lead voice to the table, often compared to great entertainers such as Jim Morrison, Johnny Cash, Frank Sinatra and George Thorogood.
Scott grew up with a wild imagination leading him to creative concepts and an unconventional attitude. Fueled by the history of rebellious rock ‘n’ roll, he began his entertainment journey as a creative writer. Within a short time, his creative writings turned into musical ideas, and when he was a freshman in high school, he began playing the electric bass. Scott would later join his first band, Pell~Mell, a post grunge/alternative rock group.
Throughout high school, the band, booked by Max Cruise, played bars and nightclubs throughout Ocean and Monmouth counties in New Jersey, including Birch Hill, the Fast Lane, The Stone Pony, The Green Room, The Beachcomber and Jack’s Racks, until the band broke up in 2004.
After Pell~Mell, Scott began listening to rock ‘n’ roll and blues of all generations, which greatly influenced his sound. By the age of 21, he began performing as a solo artist. In 2008, he developed a backing band and within a year, “The Young Guns” became the house band at The Stone Pony in Asbury Park, NJ. Scott worked with The Young Guns for a year before they went their separate ways. Since 2010, Scott has been focusing on developing his solo career into a success and he is currently in the works of a solo EP featuring his original songs, Drifter, Sane Insanity and Where's the Whiskey.
Currently, Scott is represented by his manager, Sonia Leal, who hails Scott as, "A singer/songwriter who lures his fans with his rich, imaginative sound leaving them craving more and the music industry curious to hear more." The fans are demanding more and Scott promises to give them more at his upcoming performances in notable venues throughout New York City.
Scott Thomas Webster is available for interviews and appearances by contacting his manager, Sonia Leal, at Sunnyleal(at)live(dot)com.