Scot F. (the piano man)

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  • Song list

    • Buble
    • Everything
    • Home
    • Sway
    • The Way You Look Tonight
    • Me and Mrs Jones


    • Robbie Williams
    • Angels
    • Come Undone
    • Feel
    • Better man
    • Something Beautiful
    • Sexed Up
    • Mr Bojangles
    • Miss Jones
    • Something Stupid
    • Ain’t That a Kick in the Head
    • Straighten Up and Fly Right


    • Maroon 5
      She Will Be Loved
      This Love
      Won’t Go Home Without You
    • Santana
      Black Magic Woman
      She’s Not There
    • Frank Sinatra
      I’ ve Got You Under My Skin
      The Lady Is A Tramp
      Come Fly With Me
      New York, New York
      That’ s Life
      All The Way
      Fly Me To The Moon
      My Way
      Strangers In The Night
    • Elvis Presley
      Suspicious Minds
      You Were Always On My Mind
      Don’ t be Cruel
      Love Me Tender
      Good Luck Charm
      Stuck On You
      Jailhouse Rock
      Blue Suede Shoes
      Don’ t
      Love Me
      Don’ t Leave Me Now
      Can’ t Help Falling In Love
      I Beg Of You
      All Shook Up
      It’ s Now Or Never
      American Trilogy
      That’ s Alright Mama
    • The Beatles
      I saw Her Standing There
      From Me To You
      Love Me Do
      Ticket To Ride
      Long And Winding Road
      Eight Days A week
      A Hard Day’ s Night
      Hey Jude
      Let It be
      Obla Di Obla Da
      Back In The USSR
    • Billy Joel
      My Life
      To Make You feel My Love
      Just The Way You Are
      Only The Good Die Young
      New York State Of Mind
      Baby Grand
      Leave a Tender Moment Alone
      Always a Woman To Me
      Piano Man
      This Is The Time
      It’ s Still Rock n Roll To Me
      You May Be Right
      Uptown Girl
      Allentown Summer
      Highland Falls
    • Sacrifice
      Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word
      Bennie & The Jets
      Can You Feel The Love Tonight
      Candle In The Wind
      Shine On Through
      Blue Eyes
      Cold As Christmas
      The Last Song
      The One
      Club At The End Of The Street
      Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
      Crocodile Rock
      You’ ve Got To Love Someone
      Something About The Way You Look Tonight
      I Guess That’s Why They Call It The Blues
      Tiny Dancer
      I’ m Still Standing
      Rocket Man
      Don’ t Let the Sun Go Down On Me
      Kiss The Bride
      Sad Songs
    • Neil Diamond
      You Don’ t Bring Me Flowers
      Girl, You’ ll Be A Woman Soon
      Red, Red Wine
      And The Grass Won’ t Pay No Mind
      Cracklin’ Rosie
      Kentucky Woman
      Song Sung Blue
      Play Me
      Solitary Man
      Hello Again
      Love On The Rocks
      Lady Oh
      I’ m A Believer
      Canta Libre
      Holly Holy
      Cherry Cherry
      Sweet Caroline
      Crunchy Granola Suite
      Leave A little Room For God
    • Rod Stewart
      Tonight’ s The Night
      The First Cut Is The Deepest
      Maggie May
    • Joshua Kadison
      Beautiful In my Eyes
      Picture Postcards From L.A.
    • Ronan Keating
      If Tomorrow Never Comes
      Life Is A Rollercoaster
      Lovin’ Each Day
      When You Say Nothing At All
    • James Taylor
      How Sweet It Is
      Fire and Rain
      You’ve Got A Friend
    • Lionel Ritchie
      Penny Lover
      Stuck On You
      Three Times A Lady
      You Are
    • Tom Jones
      The Green, Green Grass Of Home
    • Van Morrison
      Brown Eyed Girl
      Bright Side Of The Road
      Someone Like You
      Have I Told You Lately



    “Scot has the ability to bring any event alive with his great music and superior skills with people. He is simply the best in his field”

    Jan Chamberlain — Events Manager, Art Gallery of NSW

    “Scot is an integral part of our training. His ability to break down barriers with his music is a huge team building asset.
    His performances are the highlight of our events”Dee Quick — National Sales Director, Austereo Ltd
    “I never cease to be amazed by Scot’s ability to entertain everyone from politicians to wealthy socialites and everyone in between. He is an event organizer’s dream”

    Andrew Gibbs — Managing Director, Gibbs Government and Corporate

  • Profile

    Scot F. is Australia’s foremost piano vocal entertainer. From his residency at the famous Ritz Carlton Double Bay from 1994, Scot has entertained the cream of the international entertainment industry, including the likes of Tom Jones, Neil Diamond, The Eagles, Andrea Bocelli, John Travolta and Keanu Reeves, along with local stars Kylie Minogue, Russell Crowe, John Farnham and Olivia Newton John, on his way to completing a staggering 1000 nights at the famous Sydney landmark.

    Throughout the 90’s, Scot’s all star sing-a-longs around the piano became legendary amongst hotel regulars, who came to expect impromptu post concert jam sessions with the bands of touring superstars like Barbra Streisand, Diamond and Tom Jones.

    Scot quickly added recording artist to his list of achievements, enjoying chart success with his song “Please Understand”, which was one of the most played songs on Australian radio in the late 90’s. In the process, he became a regular on national television and completed two successful national tours.

    In the years since, Scot has become the entertainer of choice for Australia’s social elite, and for politicians of all persuasions, from Prime Ministers and Governors, to Premiers and an ever growing list of current State and Federal Ministers. Whether it’s a black tie ball for Aussie Home Loans founder John Symond, a private home sing-a-long with Lachlan and Sarah Murdoch, or a Melbourne society bash with Lindsay Fox, Solomon Lew and Deborah Hutton, Scot delivers. He has lent his musical magic to fashions shows by Charlie Brown, shared the piano stool with Jennifer Hawkins in a television tribute to his work, and even opened for the great Luciano Pavarotti on his farewell tour.

    In the world of business, Scot’s clients represent a true, “Who’s Who” of Corporate Australia, who spare no expense when featuring Scot in their events. Macquarie Bank has built revolving stages for his performances. Goldman Sachs purpose-built a New York-style piano bar for him. Cunard floated a piano on a barge to Fort Denison so he could serenade guests of the Queen Mary II and Queen Elizabeth II in their spectacular Sydney farewell.

    In simple terms, when Australia’s A List want the best, they call Scot.


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