Somewhere between The Beach Boy's Party Album, The Rolling Stones' Exile on Main Street and Dylan and The Band's Basement Tapes is where Scot Sax and The House Band's Bedroom Tapes was born. Recorded on spare equipment in a 100 year old house, the gang of musicians performed mostly live songs learned the same day. The songs themselves, written by Scot Sax, are mostly tales of not just heart ache and heart break but life after the dissolution of love. Joining Scot Sax, who's credits include touring with Robert Plant and Alison Krauss and writing a Grammy-winning song for Faith Hill and Tim McGraw, are some of Philadelphia's finest including newcomer Jake Snider, the mighty Mike Frank, unsung hero's John Stanton, Eric Barbuscia and John Galla and several top notch musicians like Phil D'Agostino and Mike Pietrusko. The Bedroom Tapes were released March 2011.
Scot Sax and The House Band