Scott Fronsoe
Bassist, Vocalist, Recording Artist, Songwriter

Biography:

Scott is originally from Minneapolis, MN where he was known as one of the area's top bassist, in recording studios and clubs. In the 70's, Scott was signed with RCA records with the group Gypsy and later produced his first LP with the group Breakheart Pass. He has toured nationally, and shared the stage with War, The Commodores, The Atlanta Rhythm Section, The Diamond's, Tommy Sands, Wayne Cochran, and many others. In the early 90's he relocated to Denver where he co-founded the successful Santana tribute band SuperNatural, formed country music's Hearts of the West group, and a 50's doo-wap revival show entitled The Hubcaps. In September, 1999 switched his energies to software design and developed The Band Leader (music career management software). The product is ranked #1 in it's market and is currently selling world-wide on the internet (www.thebandleadersoftware.com).

In May 2004 he relocated to southern Nevada and performed for many years at casinos on the world famous Las Vegas strip until being chosen to tour with the world reknown Eagles tribute group Hotel California. He continues to perform more than 200 concerts every year at major venues all around the country with the group.

Scott entered the Mid-America Music Hall of Fame when the group Free and Easy was inducted in May 2008. He was a member of the group from 1976-1979.

Additional Talents:
Lead / Backgound Vocalist, Keyboards, Vocal Arranging, Band Leader, Tax Accountant, Software Programmer, Web Designer

Productions:
Hotel California (A Salute to the Eagles)
Ain't MisBehavin' (Fats Waller Musical)
Julius Williams Show
(R&B - Las Vegas)
Hubcaps (50's & 60's Show - Denver)
Santana Tribute/Wide Open (Latin - Denver)

Groups:
Area 51 (Rock - Las Vegas)
Essence (Jazz Trio - Las Vegas)
U2 Tribute/Rattle & Hum
(Hollywood)
Brokin Toy
(Rock - Las Vegas)
CB3 (Blues, San Diego)
Delta Boogie Blues (Disneyland)
Gypsy (RCA Rock Recording Artists)
Free & Easy (Funk)
WhirlWind (Variety)
Little Big Band (Big Band Jazz)
MSU Stage Band (Big Band Jazz)
Liberation (8 Piece Rhythm & Blues)
Hearts of the West (Country)
Breakheart Pass (Country)
Mardi Gras (Variety)
Desert Moon (New Country)
The Diamonds (50's Rock Legends)

Recording:
Sound 80 Studios (Mpls)
Naked Ear Studio (Denver)
Blackberry Way (Mpls)
Cookhouse Studios (Mpls) RCA
Creation Audio (Bloomington)

Training:
Music Minor at Moorhead State Univ
Private bass, and piano, lessons
Seminars with Stan Kenton, Don Ellis

Basses:
5 Str Sadowsky Metro
5 Str Fender "Marcus Miller" Jazz
4 Str '65 Fender Precision PJ
4 Str Fender American Jazz S1
4 Str Boulder Creek Fretless Acoustic Bass
4 Str Fender Fretless Jazz
4 Str Jackson Active

4 Str Primus upright

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"That's Alright Mama"
(Performed with Brokin Toy - 2005)

"Nothin but the blues"
(Singing and Performing with CB3 - 2004)
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Funky Solo
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Latin Solo

List of Songs Scott Sings

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The Band Leader gig tracking software.