|Birth name||Will Crewdson|
|Genres||Rock, electronic, new wave|
|Associated acts||Rachel Stamp, Adam Ant, Johnette Napolitano, LIVAN, Flesh for Lulu, The Selecter, Sigue Sigue Sputnik, Bow Wow Wow|
Crewdson spent 10 years touring and recording with the rock band Rachel Stamp which, at one point, became the only unsigned band to sell out the London Astoria. They also played gigs with Iggy Pop, Korn, No Doubt, The Tubes and Cheap Trick, among others. They had several record deals, the biggest of which was with WEA.
After this period, Crewdson concentrated on writing and recording with Johnette Napolitano, the former singer with LA legends Concrete Blonde. The critically acclaimed Napolitano solo album Scarred was released on Hybrid Recordings in 2007. He also collaborated with the US director/writer Tom DiCillo as one half of The Black and Blue Orkestre.
In 2010, Crewdson played live, recorded and musically directed for Adam Ant's solo band. Gigs included a sell-out show at London's Scala. He also helped organize a tribute to the late Adam and the Ants guitarist, Matthew Ashman again at the London Scala on 21 November 2010. Crewdson played lead guitar on the night with the remaining members of Ashman's bands, Bow Wow Wow and Chiefs of Relief (featuring Paul Cook from Sex Pistols on drums and Billy Morrison on vocals) as well as performing another set with Adam Ant.
As well as these projects, Crewdson has also played guitar for the following: Bow Wow Wow, Malcolm McLaren, Tom Jones, Bryan Ferry, Westworld, Martin Degville, Celine Dion, Appleton, Pigface, Tyler James, T-Rexstasy, Billy Bragg and Dragons.
Crewdson rejoined Adam Ant in early 2014 for his UK live shows which included a one-off Hammersmith Apollo gig. Ant's classic Dirk Wears White Sox album was played in its entirety at this show. He was also featured in Jack Bond's full-length documentary about Ant, The Blueblack Hussar which was released on DVD in July 2014.
Will has also released four solo albums under the name Scant Regard. This is mainly instrumental electronic-led guitar-driven music taking in influences from punk, techno, dub, surf style rock'n'roll and Spaghetti Western soundtracks sometimes featuring guest vocalists.
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