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I Can't Escape From You
From the album Vibination
Vocalist Scot Albertson was born and raised in Norwalk, CT.
Music has been a constant in his life since early childhood. A choir member of the Little Singers of Norwalk (based in St. Mary's Church), Scot traveled, sang and competed internationally with the Choir for six years. Alternate paths were explored after graduating college, Scot served as a Police Officer for the City Of Norwalk, CT for six years segueing to a position as a United States Border Patrol Agent in Arizona for a year. Withdrawing from Law Enforcement, Scot returned to Connecticut to start a very successful small business which sustained for nineteen years.
In the year 2000, with no specific direction other than personal enjoyment, vocal lessons were undertaken with Vocal Coach Richard Lissemore in New York City. After four and one half years of intensive study, Scot's Debut CD (Got A Date With Fate) was recorded with world renowned Bassist Mark Egan, Drummer Danny Gottlieb and Producer, Composer and Pianist Jon Werking. The Debut CD was publicly released on June 17, 2005 at Danny's Skylight Cabaret Room in New York City at Scot's Debut as a career performer. Since that step of Fate, Scot and the Band have performed in NYC at Danny's Skylight Cabaret Room (multiple appearances—performing the very last show at Danny's after twenty one years in existence on December 30, 2006), the Iridium Jazz Club, the Metropolitan Room, a three year frequented appearance run at the Laurie Beechman Dinner Theatre, the Baha'i Center – John Birks Gillespie Auditorium, Barnes & Noble - Lincoln Center Triangle Store / Broadway & West 66th St. (3rd & 4th CD Release Events), and Debut at The Kitano Jazz Supper Club on June 17, 2009 and Return Engagement December 30, 2009 (both dates Sold Out Events). Scot and Jerry Scott performed a nine month run of Every Sunday Brunch Events at La Mediterranee French Bistro in New York City in 2009.
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