Scott Brown (bassist)

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Scott Brown
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Scott Brown performing with Trooper at the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Victory Ceremonies
Background information
Birth name Scott Brown
Genres rock, pop
Occupation(s) Musician
Instruments Bass, vocals
Associated acts Trooper, Paul Laine (solo), Danger Danger
Website sgeorgebrown.com/index.php

Scott George Brown is a Canadian bassist best known for being a member of the Canadian rock band Trooper.[1] He has also done work with vocalist Paul Laine, both as a solo artist and with Danger Danger.

Brown joined Trooper in 1996, and has toured with the band ever since, making him one of the longest running members in the band's history. Brown was featured when Trooper performed in the 2010 Olympics Victory Ceremonies in Vancouver, BC on 21 February 2010. Coverage of the event was broadcast in Canada and around the world on networks such as CTV and MuchMusic.[2]

Brown currently resides on Vancouver Island, and continues to perform 100 shows per year with Trooper. When Brown is not touring with Trooper he performs solo and duo acoustic shows on Vancouver Island and through out the lower mainland. [3]

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Preceded by
Bruno Ravel
Danger Danger Bassist
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Succeeded by
Bruno Ravel