Growing up with a French mother and an American father, Scott Fisher was able to draw inspiration from various cultures. Fisher‘s exposure to music began when he studied classical piano under Ilse Glassel, an exiled German concert pianist. This early influence is reflected in his key-heavy solo albums, which encompass a range of styles including piano/pop, classical piano, and Bossa Nova. Throughout the years, Fisher has demonstrated fearlessness in exploring different genres outside of his comfort zone. Thanks to his impressive musical talent, Fisher has had the opportunity to open for artists such as Brandi Carlile, Augustana, and Pink Martini. His upcoming project, “Kingdom of Ego“, set to release this summer, serves as a testament to his artistic diversity and represents one of his most indie-leaning releases to date.
Having built a repertoire spanning more than two decades, Fisher has skilfully crafted a unique sound that seamlessly blends elements of jazz, rock, and indie. Originally from Portland, Oregon, he made the move to Los Angeles in order to enhance his music career. Through strategic networking, Fisher transitioned from regularly touring the club scene to working in the recording studio, producing music for various television shows.
Scott Fisher‘s upcoming LP release, titled “Kingdom of Ego“, is set to arrive this Fall, accompanied by his latest single, “Once in a While“. The track was recorded at the renowned Sonic Ranch in Tornillo, TX, with the incredible talents of Tim Lefebvre (known for his work with David Bowie, Elvis Costello, and John Mayer) on bass and Jeff Anthony (notable for his collaborations with Sheryl Crow and Chuck Prophet) on drums.
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