Scott Edwards (Hall & Oates, Donna Summer, Boz Scaggs, T.Rex, Yvonne Elliman)

From a Rhinestone Cowboy to a Dandy in the Underworld, from Bad Girls to a Rich Girl to I’m A Fool For You Girl… from Sara Smile to Angela to Smokey to Candi, and I’ll throw in Peaches & Herb and Boz to boot…


When Michael Henderson spilt from the employment of the former Stevland Hardaway Morris to work with a newly electrified Miles Davis, a young Atlanta cat named Scott Edwards stepped in and took over the bass chair and thus began a stellar career as a first call sideman session player.


A chameleonic Fender Precision wielding James Jamerson disciple, Scott’s incredible body of work spanned every genre of pop music embracing rock, smooth jazz, funk, soul, disco, rhythm and blues, fusion, and permutations thereof.  


Scott Edwards Sound & Vision 


Peaches & Herb: “Reunited”


Donna Summer: “Bad Girls”


Yvonne Elliman: “If I Can’t Have You”


Hall & Oates: “Sara Smile” 


“Rich Girl”


Stevie Wonder: “All Is Fair In Love,” “You Are the Sunshine of My Life”


Jose Feliciano: “Angela”


Rhythm Heritage: “Three Days of The Condor”


Glenn Campbell: “Rhinestone Cowboy”


Johnny Mathis “The Last Time I Felt Like This”


Righteous Brothers: “Rock ‘n’ Roll Heaven”


Smokey Robinson: “Being With You”


Candi Staton: “Summer Time With You”


Captain & Tennile: “Do Me One More Time”


T-Rex: “I’m A Fool For You Girl,”


“Dandy In the Underworld”


Tavares: “It Only Takes A Minute”


Busta Rhymes vs. Timbaland & Magoo: Turn It Up, Fire It Up When Clock Strikes


Boz Scaggs: “Then She Walked Away”