Scott Wilson is a professional touring/recording bass player with a versatile performing style and background vocal expertise. This combination of skills has landed him on many notable sound stages. He is a member of the band SAVING ABEL, the band most noted for the multi-platinum single “Addicted“. Scott was previously the second longest-standing member of the platinum-selling band Tantric, where he performed vocals and bass. Tantric went on to have many chart-topping hits and a Grammy nomination for song of the year. Scott has been involved with bands that have combined album sales of over three million records.
Scott is also an award-winning producer, noted in many publications in 2016. He completed 7 full recording projects in 2016. Those 7 projects include the Emperors and Elephants release “Moth” and the prog band “SOURCE”; both are with Pavement Entertainment Group.
He started his professional music career at the age of 17 touring with “The Hymnsmen”. Since then, he has toured/performed/recorded/shared the stage with Montgomery Gentry, Eve to Adam, Tremonti, Alter Bridge, Smile Empty Soul, Trent Thomlinson, John Michael Montgomery, Saliva, Trapt, Puddle of Mudd, Alien Ant Farm, Troy Gentry, Eddie Montgomery, Mark Chestnut, Dwight Whitley, John Elefante (Kansas), Mel Tillis, Florida Georgia Line, Scott Weiland, Marshall Tucker Band, Hinder, Austin Winkler, 12 Stones, Lori Morgan, Tim Hallard, NonPoint, Pam Tillis, Nothing More, Crazy Town, Straight Shot, Starset, Calvary Heirs, Whiskey River, Kiss Army, Scott Stapp, and P.O.D.
Scott also has a line of branded merchandise available at Bass Bomb Store. He donates partial proceeds to help various charities.
When Scott isn’t touring he travels around the nation producing both national acts and helping local/regional bands reach the next level. He calls home Colorado Springs. Scott is also a partner in a recording studio venture, Sunshine Studio and Venue Sunshine Studios Live.
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