Scott Mayo
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I perform in such a variety of situations with legendary artists on tour, in the studio, and on television. I need a reed that I know will perform in any setting, and D'Addario Woodwinds gives me the confidence to know that my reeds are with me every step of the way.

A D'Addario Woodwinds player since 1990.

In front of the microphone or behind the scenes, Scott Mayo moves freely within any musical genre. Whether Pop, R&B, Rock, Classical, Jazz or Hip Hop, Mayo’s career has spanned the globe and has made him a constant fixture in the L.A. music scene. For more than 20 years, Mayo has been a consummate multi-instrumentalist working with Grammy-winning artists including Mick Jagger, Earth Wind and Fire, Sergio Mendes, the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra and host of others. Mayo’s work as a soloist and arranger on Sergio Mendes’ album, “Bom Tempo” earned a Latin Grammy Award. His work with Mendes also includes Mayo’s classically-trained skills on the saxophone, flute and clarinet. No stranger to television, Mayo is a member of the house band on ABC’s long-running hit show, Dancing With The Stars and has played on American Idol, the Grammy Awards, the Emmy Awards, the BET Awards, The Tonight Show and The Singing Bee. Mayo received a Grammy nomination as the featured performer on Gerald Wilson's haunting composition, “Romance - Theme From Monterey” as well as Best R&B Album nods for producing Oleta Adams’ album, “Movin’ On.” A D’Addario Woodwinds artist on all of his horns for many years, one of things he likes most about D’Addario Woodwinds is, “their constant push to improve the quality of the reeds by listening to the needs of actual players, like me, while taking advantage of the latest technologies to get them there. Because of the various things I do, I’m challenged with finding reeds that can bob & weave with me throughout all the different environments in which I play. D’Addario reeds have served me well whether in a small club, on the big stage, or in the studio and I couldn’t be happier!”




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