“I’m a Musician. It’s a Non-Profit” - The Comedy and Music of Scot Sax in the Lounge - 2/28/20Friday, February 28 2020 5:30pm Doors / 7:00pm Start
“I’m a Musician. It’s a Non-Profit” - The Comedy and Music of Scot Sax in the Lounge - 2/28/20
at City Winery The Lounge at City Winery
TICKETS ARE $10 IN ADVANCE, & $15 AT THE DOOR
He’s a professional musician.
It’s a non-profit.
When Scot Sax isn’t co-writing Grammy-winning songs (“Like We Never Loved At All” Faith Hill/Tim McGraw) or creating video’s for Lucinda Williams, he’s doing some pretty funny things. Like telling complete stranger’s in coffee shops “I gotta go” before he leaves. Or performing in the street, literally, for construction workers.
For the first time ever, Sax brings it all to his “Non-Profit Musician Show” debuting at City Winery Nashville, along with his beautiful, smart and tolerant wife, Suzie Brown!
Featuring such original cult-classics as
“Suburban White Man’s Blues”
“Don’t Stop Berevin’”
“Put Me In A One-sie”
Career in 60 Words
Formed Wanderlust (RCA), opened for The Who,
wrote/performed song in film American Pie (Gold Record),
formed FEEL (Curb),
co-wrote Grammy-winning Faith Hill/Tim McGraw duet ,
toured with Robert Plant/Alison Krauss,
worked with Don Was, released documentary “Platinum Rush”
starring Lisa Loeb and Oliver Wood,
created videos for Lucinda Williams
“Car Wheels On A Gravel Road” 20th Anniversary Tour.