Aside from a busy career producing and writing, Scotty has played and/or recorded drums for many top artists including: Rihanna & Drake (2011 Grammy Awards), Agent Orange, The Los Angeles Lakers, Kaitlyn & Mady Dever, The Rembrandts, The Surfaris, Lowen & Navarro, Tony Kaye (director), Jack Wagner, Karla Bonoff, Kenny Edwards, Darrell Scott, Big Jay McNeely, Cameron Daddo, Peter DiStefano, Jonathan McEuen, Eric McFadden, Arigon Starr, 1000 Clowns, Forest for the Trees, Stonehoney, and his own Cake Without Candles. He's worked in the studio with several renowned producers including: Ric Wake, Geoff Emerick, Eric “ET” Thorngren, and Brian Kennedy.
Scotty was featured as a Travis Barker look/drum-alike on The Eric Andre Show (Season 4, Episode 4) on Adult Swim; a punk rock drummer on CSI:Vegas (S14, Ep3); played himself as a drummer in Undercover Boss: Peavey Electronics (S6, Ep12); performed at The 2011 Grammy Awards with Rihanna and Drake; and has had several other appearances on national television, MTV and various independent films. His drumming has been featured on several feature and independent films, television and commercial spots including: Netflix's One Day at a Time (featured on remake of Julio Iglesias classic song "De Niña á Mujer" in final episode, S1, Ep13); Rob Zombie's "El Superbeasto", "Shilo 3", "The Haven" the forthcoming film "Born to Race 2", KIA, and Fiat.
Scotty has performed in a variety of theatrical shows and musicals including: Minnesota Vikings at the US Bank Stadium inaugural celebration (role: musical director, drummer); "Raditatical: A Journey In Rhythm" (featuring world-class beat-box juggler Bronkar Lee; Dream World Cirque's "Rise" at Viejas Casino in San Diego; Rick Batalla’s “Blake...da Musical"; Madison Mason's Off-Broadway production "Howlin' at the Moon”; The Troubador Theatre Group's "A Christmas Carol King"; and featured in "The Eureka Parade" at Disney's California Adventure theme park.
In addition, Scotty donates his time regularly to his favorite charity, Art of Elysium, where he plays bedside to hospitalized children.