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Scott Beynon has been performing since the early 1970’s. As a member of the bands Stranger, and The Roosters, he began his professional music career at The Keystone Berkeley, and many other popular venues. The bands opened for the likes of The Ventures, Wilson Pickett, and Greg Khin.

By the end of the decade, Scott transitioned from playing pure rock in those intimate venues, to larger stages, such as a 4th of July show at Crissy Field, (which drew some 20 thousand people) with the Irish trio, The Core. After leaving The Core, Scott joined Claddagh, where he remained for more than 15 years. Claddagh was called on to play many private parties for local politico’s, and tapped for other City venues like The Palace of Fine Arts. The band also shared the stage with some other very talented musicians – Van Morrison, and later, Shanna Morrison. His bass work had become impressive, which led to more work “moonlighting” with David Elias, and a number of other bands. The highlight for Scott was in 2002, when Claddagh toured Ireland.

During a time while Claddagh was in transition, singer/songwriter Marty Atkinson was asked to fill in for an ailing band-mate. Once Scott made the decision that it was time to leave Claddagh, he wasn’t idle for long. Impressed with Scott’s bass work, Marty asked Scott to join him, George Kincheloe, and Lisa Atkinson in the Atkinson Kincheloe band.

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