Scott began his career at age 7 repairing mom’s toaster and iron. As an adolescent it was tape recorders, radios, record players, and guitar amps. He and his cousin built an AM radio station in a San Francisco garage, and went on the air broadcasting music and comedy skits to neighborhood friends…until the FCC intervened. Undaunted, the shows continued via acetate discs and tape recordings. While in high school, he worked at a one-size-fits-all radio station that played Perry Como during the day and rock at night. He also played piano and bass in a garage band, and hot-rodded electric pianos, guitars, and amps for the other players. He soon got a gig as a recording engineer at a local studio where he met singer/songwriter Randy Sharp. Together they built a basement studio out of modified PA equipment, recording Randy’s music and outside projects like Dixieland jazz, blues, country, and rock. Scott also provided sound for artists such as Emmylou Harris, BB King, Jerry Lee Lewis, Muddy Waters, Bo Diddley, Delaney and Bonnie, and others. Family life soon inspired Scott to work closer to home as a technician, tech writer, and manufacturing engineer for a few electronic manufacturing companies. He also freelanced as a radio/tv voiceover artist, studio technician, and musician. At some point he began inventing microphones, PA systems, guitar pickups, lawn mowers, exercise equipment, bicycles, and finally, co-invented the POSSE with Randy. Future projects include swimming pool maintenance equipment, a municipal bus, and other wacky stuff.
Randy Sharp is a tremendous singer/songwriter with several #1 Country hits, with songs like: “Why Does It Have to Be Wrong or Right” and “A Tender Lie” recorded by Restless Heart, as well as Nobody’s Talking,” “Even Now” and “Yet” with Exile and “Then What” recorded by Clay Walker. He is a member of the Million-Airs Club (songs played more than 1 million times) with songs like: “Why Does It Have to Be Wrong or Right” (two million) “You Will” and “Then What.” Randy also served as President of the Board of Directors of the National Academy of Songwriters for three years, and as a board member of the Songwriters Guild of America. CHARTED SONGS: “The Cheap Seats” by Alabama; “You Will” by Patti Loveless; “New Way Out” by Karen Brooks; “If That’s What You’re Thinking” by Karen Brooks; ” Unconditional Love” by Glen Campbell; “She Can’t Love You” by Boy Howdy; ” Could It Be Love” by Jennifer Warnes; “Take Your Love Away” by MaryMcGregor. MORE SONGS RECORDED BY: Dolly Parton, Linda Rondstadt, Emmy Lou Harris, Reba McEntire, Tanya Tucker,Kathy Mattea, Anne Murray, Oakridge Boys, Marty Robbins, Jerry Reed, LeeGreenwood, Delaney Bramlett, Mandy Barnett, Maura O’Connell, Ray Stevens, Cleve Francis, Maia Sharp, Edgar Winter, Brothers Phelps, Holly Dunn, Texas Tornadoes, John Conlee, The Moffatts, The Crickets, Blood Sweat and Tears,Kennedy Rose, Patti Page and Big Bird, Dixie Chicks. FILM CREDITS: The Horse Whisperer, The Apostle, Follow That Bird (Sesame Street Movie), Speechless Randy continues to write, record and perform in addition to co-founding PosseAudio.com (www.PosseAudio.com)
Joe Bilotta has been singing and songwriting for as long as he can remember. He was managed by Judd Phillips in Memphis on Mercury Records and also spent three years as a staff writer for Charlie Rich under Tree Publishing. Joe then spent 7 years as owner and lead performer of P.O.E.T.S. Corner in Memphis, TN. Joe is currently the owner Flying Pig Productions, an audio recording studio and video production company, located in Brea, CA. Joe manages an array of artists under the shingle Pig Pen Records.