Long-time frontman of the Canadian rock band Finger Eleven that would win a Juno Award in 2008 in the category of Rock Album of the Year. The group's self-titled album was certified gold and featured their biggest hit "One Thing."
When he was 12 years old, he recruited James Black to play music with him after seeing Black play "Sweet Child of Mine" on the guitar. Rick Jackett would join in shortly after along with Scott's brother Sean.
He and Finger Eleven recorded the song "Slow Chemical" as the entrance music for Kane.
His brother Sean became the bassist for Finger Eleven.
He performed alongside drummer Rich Beddoe between 1998 and 2013 when Rich left the group.