Scott Alexander

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Scott Alexander
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Background information
Born Ohio
Instruments guitar
Associated acts American Music Club

Scott Alexander is an Ohio-born musician who moved to San Francisco in the early 1980s. He met Mark Eitzel in 1983 and soon after formed the first incarnation of American Music Club with Eitzel and Brad Johnson.

Alexander played with American Music Club for about a year before he left to do something more modern and didn't like the band dynamic any longer. He self-released a synth-pop solo album called Sad Songs in 1986 and soon after ventured into the direction of art video music that abandoned pop song structure.[1]

Alexander moved from San Francisco to Germany in 1991.[1] He also runs a jazz archive website, The Red Hot Jazz Archive.

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 "Scott Alexander - Sad Songs". boomkat.com. 2016. Retrieved June 16, 2017.