There is a common truth in all music, and Scott Card is finding that thread. From childhood memories of dancing to Jay Geils Band and REM in the living room to releasing his first collaborative full-length album at age 18, music has always been about bringing people together to express some sort of unsaid understanding about the human experience.
This understanding was deeply developed during his musical studies at Ithaca College. The voices of jazz greats such as Jim Hall, Wes Montgomery and Miles Davis began to inform his musical consciousness. Simultaneously studying classical guitar and the perfection of composers like JS Bach, Heitor Villa-Lobos and Leo Brouwer, Scott graduated with a degree in Jazz Studies in 2013.
Combining the raw, visceral expressive power of jazz with the conceptual precision of classical music, along with the relatable idioms of folk and pop, Scott is finding his own musical voice that has been described by his audiences as “incredible”, “intense”, and “the real thing”. Scott now lives in the Boston area, attempting to combine these many disparate influences into a cohesive sound that speaks to our most fundamental selves.