A native of Atlanta Georgia, bandleader, bassist/vocalist and ace sideman Scott Glazer learned music early at home from a singing mom, a coronet playing dad and old country grandparents who listened to music of the world including Italian, Hungarian, Yiddish, classical and cantorial recordings. A transistor radio was ever present in his early years. His earliest memories include concerts at the Atlanta Municipal Auditorium by the likes of James Brown, The Beach Boys, and other greats.
Scott has toured domestically and internationally and/or performed with artists as diverse as Grammy winning guitarist Earl Klugh, Kristian Bush (Sugarland), Charlie Starr (Blackberry Smoke), Scott Henderson (Chick Corea, Jean-Luc Ponty), Edwin McCain, Carmen Bradford (Count Basie), The Last Waltz Ensemble, Houston Person (jazz sax legend), Angie Aparo, Dr. Dan Matrazzo, Obie Jessie, Joe Alterman, Jimmy Hall (Wet Willie), Carmine Appice (Jeff Beck), Liberty DeVitto (Billy Joel), Yale Strom and many others. He is the only guy you know to have played in the house band for a year at Atlanta's historic Elk's Lodge on Sweet Auburn Avenue. He has played in the recording studio, for concerts, festivals, tv, radio, nightclubs, religious communities, cabaret, weddings, funerals, motorcycle gangs, theater and orchestras. Scott says, "My favorite job is the one that I'm on!"