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Scott Benson Band Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts
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About Scott Benson Band

The curtain has lifted on the debut album from the award-winning Scott Benson Band. It’s a concept album, created in the minds of Scott Benson and Jared Robinson- the score for an unwritten film that has unexpected twists and turns, and an undecided ending. Benson and Robinson met while creating Benson’s solo black album, and they immediately knew they were onto something. “Jared and I found that our writing and production styles worked together very well,” said Benson. “After that record, we knew that we wanted to continue writing together.” The solo album was performed and recorded almost entirely by Benson and Robinson at Robinson’s recording studio, Nebulus Entertainment. However, in order to fulfill an increasing demand for live performances, the duo decided to call on the talents of friends from the local music scene. Recording in Mae Wilson Theatre “Cameron Church, Cade Anderson and Jared Dormer were all people I’d played with at one time or another, and I knew they’d all be a perfect fit,” said Benson. “It’s turned out better than I could have hoped.” Scott Benson’s acclaimed black album went on to propel the artists to performances at the opening and closing ceremonies of the Saskatchewan Winter Games, the Grand Opening of Mosaic Place Arena, and MIX 103′s Biggest Afterwork Party. Soon after, the band received sponsorship from Western Canada’s Rawlco Radio. “After we had Rawlco Radio on board, we started considering options for our first record as a band. We had been performing together as a group for about a year, and we wanted to capture a sound that represented our live show,” Benson explained. “I knew I wanted a big, roomy drum sound that couldn’t really be achieved in a lot of studio spaces, so I chose the Mae Wilson Theatre in our hometown. It’s a historic theatre that’s been beautifully restored in the last few years. We had performed several shows there, and we all loved how it sounded.” Another key part of the project was to find an engineer that would work within the sound that the band had established. Enter multi Juno-award-winning engineer John D.S. Adams. “I had worked with John on several projects at the Banff Centre,” recalled Benson. “He has done countless remote recording setups, and he’s also an orchestral specialist. When we decided we were going to be basically building a temporary recording studio in the Mae Wilson, I immediately called John. We couldn’t have had a better fit.” The drums, pianos and acoustic violins for the album were all recorded at the Mae Wilson Theatre. Additional recording was completed at Robinson’s Nebulus Entertainment. The Scott Benson Band’s new album kicks off with a rocking orchestral arrangement before falling into a melancholy piano solo, and that’s followed up by an electric violin-led symphony. It’s what you’ll come to expect from the Scott Benson Band- pianos leading into full-out rock symphonies with distorted guitars, electric violins, and operatic vocals. One track even features hip hop artist Ursa Maja working cleverly-stitched lyrics through the band’s signature rock symphonies. When it comes to the Scott Benson Band, expect the unexpected. Even then you’ll be surprised… Western Canadian Music Award Nominees. VOLUME II available NOW!!
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No upcoming shows
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Bandsintown Merch

Circle Hat
$25.0 USD
Live Collage Sweatshirt
$45.0 USD
Rainbow T-Shirt
$30.0 USD
Circle Beanie
$20.0 USD

About Scott Benson Band

The curtain has lifted on the debut album from the award-winning Scott Benson Band. It’s a concept album, created in the minds of Scott Benson and Jared Robinson- the score for an unwritten film that has unexpected twists and turns, and an undecided ending. Benson and Robinson met while creating Benson’s solo black album, and they immediately knew they were onto something. “Jared and I found that our writing and production styles worked together very well,” said Benson. “After that record, we knew that we wanted to continue writing together.” The solo album was performed and recorded almost entirely by Benson and Robinson at Robinson’s recording studio, Nebulus Entertainment. However, in order to fulfill an increasing demand for live performances, the duo decided to call on the talents of friends from the local music scene. Recording in Mae Wilson Theatre “Cameron Church, Cade Anderson and Jared Dormer were all people I’d played with at one time or another, and I knew they’d all be a perfect fit,” said Benson. “It’s turned out better than I could have hoped.” Scott Benson’s acclaimed black album went on to propel the artists to performances at the opening and closing ceremonies of the Saskatchewan Winter Games, the Grand Opening of Mosaic Place Arena, and MIX 103′s Biggest Afterwork Party. Soon after, the band received sponsorship from Western Canada’s Rawlco Radio. “After we had Rawlco Radio on board, we started considering options for our first record as a band. We had been performing together as a group for about a year, and we wanted to capture a sound that represented our live show,” Benson explained. “I knew I wanted a big, roomy drum sound that couldn’t really be achieved in a lot of studio spaces, so I chose the Mae Wilson Theatre in our hometown. It’s a historic theatre that’s been beautifully restored in the last few years. We had performed several shows there, and we all loved how it sounded.” Another key part of the project was to find an engineer that would work within the sound that the band had established. Enter multi Juno-award-winning engineer John D.S. Adams. “I had worked with John on several projects at the Banff Centre,” recalled Benson. “He has done countless remote recording setups, and he’s also an orchestral specialist. When we decided we were going to be basically building a temporary recording studio in the Mae Wilson, I immediately called John. We couldn’t have had a better fit.” The drums, pianos and acoustic violins for the album were all recorded at the Mae Wilson Theatre. Additional recording was completed at Robinson’s Nebulus Entertainment. The Scott Benson Band’s new album kicks off with a rocking orchestral arrangement before falling into a melancholy piano solo, and that’s followed up by an electric violin-led symphony. It’s what you’ll come to expect from the Scott Benson Band- pianos leading into full-out rock symphonies with distorted guitars, electric violins, and operatic vocals. One track even features hip hop artist Ursa Maja working cleverly-stitched lyrics through the band’s signature rock symphonies. When it comes to the Scott Benson Band, expect the unexpected. Even then you’ll be surprised… Western Canadian Music Award Nominees. VOLUME II available NOW!!
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