I was living in LA but was in Chicago with SD [Sonia Dada] and had a night off. Richard Brown was doing some work with Mavis Staples and said Pops was looking for material for his next album. This was 1994. So, I went over to RB’s home studio and told him to put the
In mid -1974, just after moving to LA, I started doing some work at Cherokee Studios, where Flo & Eddie had done some recording. When F&E were ready to tour in late 1974, they called the studio, and I was recommended. We toured and recorded constantly for about three years, making the “Illegal, Immoral and
Some of the most distinctive musicians I have had the pleasure to record with have been in the studio with SD…
Explore all of Erik “eski” Scott’s career details & links on his updated Wikipedia page!
The Huffington Post… A nice piece by Lorraine Devon Wilke
“The Evolution of Bassist Erik Scott From Alice Cooper To World Celtic”