Born in the San Francisco Bay Area, Scott began his music career playing clubs, hotels & cruise ships. Before leaving for Nashville in 04' Scott teamed up with songwriter Neal Cavanaugh (Dirty Dancing) to form Cavanaugh & Co., a Clio award wining music company providing custom music for radio and television. Long time friend Chris Camozzi (Michael Bolton, Barbra Streisand) recruited Scott to help co-write songs for three of Chris' contemporary jazz albums. Their song "Swing Shift" became a #1 Smooth Jazz hit for Chris, topping the Billboard charts for 4 straight weeks in 1998. In the 90's Scott also collaborated with the amazing vocalist Cecily Gardner. Cecily & Scott wrote many songs in the pop/adult contemporary category. Those song demos were eventually discovered by record label owner Gabriel Raya in Madrid, Spain. He remastered those demo's into "Gardner and Fuller - Original Demo's" for his Contante y' Sonante label. This album featured Cecily and the amazing voice of Warren Weibe. Cecily and Scott had the good fortune to meet Warren in L.A. and invited him to sing on some of the demos. Warren's was a voice that comes along only once in a lifetime. His vocal genius was admired by the likes of Barbra Streisand, Burt Bacharach, Celine Dion and David Foster.
As a session player Scott has worked with Neal Schon (Journey), Victor Fields, grammy winner Laura Sullivan and Day One. In 1995 Scott co-wrote "Crying in my Sleep" with Neal Cavanaugh and "super producer" Narada Michael Walden (Areatha Franklin, Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey etc.) for international recording artist Jeanie Tracy.
2021 brings the release of Scott's very first solo album titled "Summer Gold". Over three years in the making, this collection represents Scott's passion for melody, arrangement and subtlety. Drawing on his love of intelligent pop and contemporary jazz, he combines 6 originals with 4 carefully selected cover songs. Scott also enlisted the incredible talents of Cecily Gardner (vocals), Chris Camozzi (nylon guitar), Robert Sall (electric guitar), Norbert Stachel (sax), and Tollak Olestad (harmonica). This album also marks the singing debut of his daughter Katie. Future projects include a follow up album with Cecily Gardner titled "Simple Things" that will showcase more hidden gems from their back catalog. In addition, his 2004 Christmas album featuring Chris Camozzi, John Lee Sanders, and Dallis Craft will soon be available. Scott also has much more material waiting in the wings for a second solo release. Stay tuned!