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Rock: 90's Rock Pop: California Pop Moods: Solo Male Artist
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by Scott Troy Kovarik

Guitar and vocal driven Pop Rock with flavors of the 80's, 90's and today, with smooth seductive vocals, rich harmonies, infectious hooks, solos, and riffs you'll want to sing and dance to.
Genre: Rock: 90's Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Crushed
3:22 album only
2. Temporary Substitution
4:18 album only
3. Dirty Little Spell
4:05 album only
4. California
4:42 album only
5. Not yet Fallen
4:40 album only
6. Fantasy 4U
3:20 album only
7. Luv Dot Com
4:09 album only
8. Dreams to Remember
4:21 album only
9. Topanga Canyon
3:55 album only
10. The Heroes
4:25 album only
11. All of This
4:01 album only


Album Notes
Scott Troy Kovarik is a singer/songwriter, guitarist, producer and engineer from Cleveland, Ohio. His early influences were the feel good pop artists of the 60’s and 70’s, such as the Beatles, 10CC and their magical hit, “I’m not in Love,” as well as heavier rock icons like Boston, Aerosmith, Led Zeppelin, and even later 90’s alternative artists like Toad the Wet Sprocket, Three Doors Down, Oasis, Sarah McLaughlin, and others, which led to his unique well-rounded blend of melody, musicianship, and mysticism.

Scott learned how to play on an old nylon classical his father bought him. With no patience for lessons, he learned to play by ear and hack out the basic chords he needed to write the songs in his head. His early attempts at multi-track recording consisted of playing into one cassette recorder, then playing that back along with an accompanying performance into another. “At one point I had up to 6 cassette recorders lined up…it was a cool, warm AM mono sound,” Scott said, laughing, adding, “but extremely noisy to say the least.” Scott spent the better part of the 80’s in California working with some of L.A.’s top musicians, and up to 10 hours a day–crafting layers of instruments on newly-introduced 4-track tape recorders, honing his skills.

When digital recording hit in the late 90’s, Scott went to work at a large music store and taught himself to professionally record and engineer, which changed the game. The full sounding music he created in his small apartment closet with a Roland 8 and 24 track unit and headphones rivaled anything the labels put out, and led to television music gigs on hit soap operas and a movie. As you listen, remember Scott is playing virtually all instruments and performing all vocals on these amazing tracks!



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