Scott McCaughey

Alternative rock, Composer

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Who is Scott McCaughey?

Scott Lewis McCaughey is an American singer and songwriter and the leader of the Seattle and Portland-based bands The Young Fresh Fellows and The Minus 5.

He is also bassist for Robyn Hitchcock's most recent touring band, The Venus 3, along with Bill Rieflin and Peter Buck. In June 2003 Scott recorded a song with Moween at the IDQ studio in Utrecht, called "Move on". To be found on http://www.moween.eu. In 2008, McCaughey formed the side band The Baseball Project with Buck, Steve Wynn and Linda Pitmon. Their first album, Volume 1: Frozen Ropes and Dying Quails, celebrates many aspects of baseball culture, and includes a song in tribute to Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher Harvey Haddix.

From 1994 through 2011, he worked with R.E.M. both on stage and in the studio. While originally brought on as a second guitarist for the Monster tour, McCaughey remained with R.E.M. in various capacities, contributing to the band's studio albums New Adventures In Hi-Fi, Up, Reveal, Around the Sun, Accelerate and Collapse into Now. Additionally, he has received credits for his work on the live albums R.E.M. Live and Live at The Olympia album as well as their 2003 greatest hits collection, In Time. When working with R.E.M., McCaughey played guitar, bass guitar, keyboards, and sang backing vocals.

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Also known as
  • McCaughey, Scott
Nationality
  • United States of America
Profession
Education
  • San Francisco State University

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on July 23, 2013

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