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|Occupation(s)||Guitarist, bassist, producer, recording engineer|
|Associated acts||Alice In Chains, Heart, Deftones|
Scott Olson is a guitarist, bassist, music producer and recording engineer. He played guitar with Heart between 1995-1998 and 2002–2003, and in 1996 he performed with Alice In Chains on their MTV Unplugged concert. Olson was a recording consultant for Cameron Crowe's 2000 film Almost Famous.
In 2018, Olson was diagnosed with progressive dementia. In August 2018, Heart guitarist Nancy Wilson and Alice in Chains shared on their social media pages a crowdfunding set up by friends of Olson to help cover his assisted living costs and medical expenses.
- Heart's Strange Euphoria (2012) - guitar, background vocals
- A Very Special Christmas, Vols. 1-2 (2011) - guitar, keyboards, background vocals
- A Very Special Christmas Playlist Plus (2008) - guitar, keyboards, background vocals
- Alice in Chains' The Essential Alice in Chains (2006) - guitar, bass
- Deftones' B-Sides & Rarities (2005) - guitar
- Heart's Alive in Seattle (2003) - guitars, background vocals
- Peepshow's Guilty Pleasures (2002) - guitars, strings, composer
- Oklahoma State Wind Ensemble's WASBE '99: Oklahoma State University Wind Ensemble (1999) - percussion
- Alice in Chains' MTV Unplugged (1996) - guitar, bass
- Tribute to Edith Piaf [Amherst] (1994) - guitar
- A Very Special Christmas, Vol. 2 (1992) - vocals
- Deftones' The Studio Album Collection (2016) - engineer, Pro-Tools
- A Very Special Christmas, Vols. 1-2 (2011) - producer
- Rishloo's Feathergun (2009) - producer, engineer, mixing
- A Very Special Christmas Playlist Plus (2008) - producer
- Future Fossils' Moody Glow (2007) - producer, engineer
- Unearth's III: In the Eyes of Fire (2006) - engineer
- Deftones' B-Sides & Rarities (2005) - engineer, Pro-Tools
- Dredg's Catch Without Arms (2005) - engineer, Pro-Tools
- Deftones' Back to School (Mini Maggit) (2003) - engineer, digital editing
- Queensrÿche's Tribe (2003) - engineer
- Powerman 5000's Anyone for Doomsday? (2001) - engineer, Pro-Tools
- Spys4Darwin's Microfish (2001) - engineer
- The Hellecasters' Live Raw in Germany (2001) - live mixing
- Valentine Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (2001) - engineer, Pro-Tools
- Limp Bizkit's Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water (2000) - engineer
- Little Nicky [Music from the Motion Picture] (2000) - engineer, Pro-Tools
- Pauline Oliveros' Primordial/Lift (2000) - electronics
- Deftones' White Pony (2000) - recording/Pro-Tools engineer
- Alice in Chains' Music Bank (1999) - recording, producer
- Buckcherry's Buckcherry' (1999) - engineer, programming
- The Rockinghams' Makin' Bacon (1999) - producer, engineer
- Jerry Cantrell's Boggy Depot (1998) - assistant engineer
- Mike Strickland's Collection (1998) - engineer
- Home Alive: The Art of Self Defense (1996) - producer, engineer, mixing
- Heart's The Road Home (1995) - engineer, production manager
- A Very Special Christmas, Vol. 2 (1992) - producer
- Heart's Heart (1985) - guitar technician
- Booth, Philip (24 July 1998). "Heart, Wilson still going crazy on you". Sarasota Herald-Tribune. p. 10. Retrieved 26 January 2011.
- Stout, Gene (18 February 2005). "Kinney drums up enthusiastic response for tsunami benefit". Seattle Post-Intelligencer. Retrieved 26 January 2011.
- "Almost Famous (2000)". American Film Institute. Archived from the original on August 14, 2018. Retrieved August 14, 2018.
- "Mount Si High (MSHS) Class of 1973 Alumni List". Mount Si High School. Retrieved August 14, 2018.
- "Alice in Chains asks fans to help sick "Unplugged" collaborator". ABC News Radio. August 14, 2018. Retrieved August 14, 2018.
- Nancy Wilson (August 8, 2018). "Scotty Olson has been a great friend to me for so many years..." Facebook. Retrieved August 14, 2018.
- "Alice In Chains: A gofundme Page has been set up for our friend Scotty Olson, who was recently diagnosed with progressive dementia..." Instagram. August 13, 2018. Retrieved August 14, 2018.
- "Boggy Depot - Jerry Cantrell". AllMusic. Retrieved May 10, 2018.
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