Scott Buffington bugged his parents for a guitar for a year before finally getting one at the age of 14. He hasn’t put it down since.
His musical quest started by spending countless hours playing along with his Led Zepplin and Rush albums . . . instead of doing homework. Encouraged by his guitar teacher, Scott headed to Musicians Institute in Los Angeles.
Over the past few years Scott has written and played on songs for feature and independent films, worked as a side-man for independent artists and played in bands covering everything from blues and rock to country and rock-a-billy.
"C'mon" is Scott's debut as a solo artist. "This CD is a bit of a tribute to some of the guitar players who have had an influence on my style. Jeff Beck, Eric Johnson, Joe Perry, Brian May and David Gilmore inspired some of the tones and 'feels' of these songs. I hope some of their inspiration rubbed off."
Scott (or Scotty Mitch as his dad liked to call him), produces songs for independent artists, does session work, plays in a couple of different bands and is currently writing and recording more songs with plans for a follow-up album.