A veteran of many Northwest bands (Bad Sneakers, Dos Pesos, and Bentwood Rockers to name a few), Bruce Blood is a Puget Sound Guitar Workshop board member and habitual “guitar camper,” and a charter member of the Guitar Outlaws.
Web Manager of the City of Seattle's award-winning site Seattle.gov by day, and a songwriter for most of his life, Bruce has recently channeled his computer expertise into the field of digital recording. He promises that his long-awaited debut album, featuring his family (they work cheap!) and a host of musical friends, is nearing completion and will definitely be released sometime this millenium.
Learn more about Bruce at www.bruceblood.com.
William Scott, PhD, a philosopher by academic training and professor of foolery in actual practice, is also an actor and musician. He plays guitar (a Guild G-37, mostly), and sings his own “home-baked songs” as singer/songwriter Dr. Biscotti.
“I’ve performed in almost every ‘cafegymnatorium’ in the Washington State school system, not to mention a whole bunch of clubs, fairs, restaurants, casinos and community centers. Almost any space can be transformed into a stage, but it takes an audience to bring a show to life.”
A member of Actors' Equity Association since 1989, William Scott has worked in theatre in the Northwest and beyond for over thirty years. Bill especially enjoys doing role-playing work for doctors, lawyers, police and business organizations, and his characters and narrations appear in regional hospital and industrial films and videos.