After 3 decades in the music industry a new fire has sculpted a performer with a creativity and direction that you're going to love. He is Keith Scott from tropical Darwin in the north of Australia. (He's also known as "KaiSa" in China because many of them can't pronounce 'th'... ).
During the 35+ years Keith has shared stages with greats such as Marina Prior, James Blundell, Kate Ceberano, Barry Crocker, Julie Anthony, Barry Humphries, Jessica Mauboy, and in May 2008 and again in 2011 with Jimmy Barnes at the Kimberly Moon Experience. He has performed in places like Sydney Opera House, Government House in Canberra, and hundreds of civic theatres, auditoriums, and town halls in many parts of the world. He has also performed before 4 different Australian Prime Ministers, and a president of the United States of America, and has notched up 100's of live and recorded TV performances.
Keith began a life of performance in his early teens. Through the years he has been involved in more than 100 bands, vocal groups, orchestras, small and large ensembles, and solo performances. He has performed in hundreds of cities and towns in Australia, USA, England, Malaysia, and the middle east.
For the last 12 years he has lived in Darwin where he has taught and produced in his studio Sonic Space. During most of that time he has worked with a keyboardist named Lawrie and a variety of computers.
In 2007 keith spent 7 months teaching and performing in China. This was an inspirational time and set fire to his creativity. Then in early 2008 Keith and Lawrie took a cultural exchange visit to China playing to packed houses in Nanning and Guilin . The original material was so well received that on return to Australia all efforts went into production of a new CD.
The new CD contained 12 tracks, mostly new, but 1 reworked from a previous album and 2 previously written but until then had not yet been recorded. This was released on the 7th of November 2009 at the "Paradise Project", a CD launch concert at the Darwin Entertainment Centre.
Its virtually impossible to tie it to one genre having influences ranging from the commercial rock of the last 4 decades, country, contemporary gospel, and somewhere way back at the beginning of it all was that "Hot August Night" album.
From the beginning of 2014 until late 2016 Keith returned to China and after the death of his longterm performance partner continued performing mostly solo.
Welcome to "Paradise"!