David “Scott” Kay grew up in Dallas and started playing drums in High School at the age of 14. He went on to study music and drums at University of North Texas. While there, he studied reading music and playing jazz. In addition to that he played on the drum Line at UNT.
After college he went right into the music scene, playing in a horn band called Dallas Brass and Electric… They covered Tower of Power and other funk/r&b grooves, and traveled all over the USA. Buy Phentermine online https://www.rpspharmacy.com/product/phentermine/
Shortly after leaving Texas for Los Angeles, Scott auditioned for The Commodores in 1989 and landed the gig. He has been touring and recording with them ever since. The founding members have been together for 35 years and won a grammy in 1987. Today they are known globally because of thier many multi-platinum hits.
In 1991, Scott joined The Pipefitters with Lou Diamond Phillips and traveled all over the US. We played at Farm Aid in 1991 and 1992 with Willie Nelson and Neil Young. The Pipefitters frequently had recordings and performances with guests such as Melissa Ethridge and Steve Lukather. He played with them until 1996.
After that, Scott toured with Edgar Winter from 1996 to 1997.
Today, he continues to tour with The Commodores but spends a lot of time in Los Angeles recording and performing with various artist. He now offers lessons (when he’s in town). Generic Ambien online http://www.wolfesimonmedicalassociates.com/ambien/
In addition to drumming, Scott is an avid surfer and stand up paddle boarder. Mountain Biking also keeps him occupied when the waves are flat. His son is Dominic Scott Kay, actor and musician.
If you want to find Scott about lessons, contact him on his Facebook page here.