Scott Musick has been in the music industry most of his life. At the age of 18, he moved from Tulsa to Los Angeles and immediately began recording and touring with some of the industry's biggest acts.
Scott has performed with legends, Peter Gabriel, Johnny Cash, Kris Kristofferson, The Band and Smokey Robinson, as well as Elvis Costello, Hoyt Axton, Delbert McClinton, Harry Dean Stanton and many others. His musical skills can also be heard on The Archies and Fat Albert cartoons as well as on film soundtracks, such as Real Genius, Tango & Cash and Light Sleeper.
In 1980, Scott formed The Call with Michael Been and enjoyed much critical and popular success throughout the next two decades while touring the world and being signed to three major record labels in the U.S. and abroad. During this time, he collaborated and had a record produced by T. Bone Burnett.
Americana Gold, Scott's first solo album, released to rave reviews, is a harmonious blend of Americana, acoustic rock, old country and gospel, presented by powerful players including Musick, Jim Lewin (Great American Taxi, Todd Snider, Lacy J. Dalton, Harmony Grits), Danny Timms (Bonnie Raitt, Kris Kristofferson, Los Lobos, The Highwaymen, Delbert McClinton) and Tulsa greats, Randy Ess and Alan Ransom, on "The Crossing".
Scott is currently back in the studio recording an Americana Gospel CD to be released in 2016. The Call released a new DVD in 2014 featuring Robert Been of BRMC. Robert is the son of the late Michael Been.