About Scott Wilson
Bass, Acoustic and Electric Guitar
Lead and background vocalist
VFX. Produced and played bass on two compact discs with the band. The first self-titled compact disc from VFX played on radio stations across the country, including heavy rotation on Salt Lake's City KBER-FM. A video for "Myriad Arising" was aired worldwide. The second disc: "the next step" hit Number 1 on the Imports Charts of Kerrang Magazine in England, and received rave reviews in the European rock press.
Cruel World. Released a self-titled disc, featuring Scott Wilson as lead vocalist/bassist. Cruel World toured Europe, playing in Germany, Belgium, and the Netherlands. A live acoustic version of "Broken Chain" was included on a PopKomm cd-rom promoting the convention in Cologne Germany. Cruel World also played in clubs around Los Angeles.
Scott Wilson. In 2005, released a new solo album, called Kaleidoscope's End. Played bass with Seven Music in San Diego. Playing acoustic and electric gigs in Los Angeles and San Diego, where he recently relocated. Was one of the founding members of The Gandhi Method, a local San Diego acoustic vocal group. Also, he is a former member of The Cathryn Beeks Band. She Won't Stop from Kaleidoscope's End hit Number One on the KIAC Big 50 at iacmusic.com, and the video for Coffeehouse 101 has been viewed approximately 40,000 times on various sites on the web.
Scott Wilson has extensive recording experience, in various analog studios, in Pro Tools digital environments, and also in his own digital home studio. He is a prolific songwriter, having written and recorded over 150 songs. Scott Wilson is an versatile aggressive, and melodic bassist, and a heartfelt vocalist and performer.
Styles: Modern Rock, Pop, Blues, and Alternative.