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A dreadlocked, albino blues man? By all means! Scott "White Wolf" Edwards is the most shocking thing to happen to blues harmonica since Jimi Hendrix picked up the guitar! He has earned much respect among fellow bluesmen as a prominent and innovative harmonica player. He has travelled from his native New Jersey to Dallas and Ft. Worth, Texas, to Missouri, and then to South Carolina. He has played his gritty, soulful blues harp all along the way.
Why this name?
White Wolf is my native american name. I chose it because of my spiritual afinity with the wolf.
Do you play live?
I play live all I can. I get into an open mic or jam session every now and again. I have mostly concentrated on recording my latest CD, but I am trying to get in front of a crowd.
How, do you think, does the internet (or mp3) change the music industry?
The internet gives us musicians a broader range of places to get our music heard. It also creates a fierce competition, due to the sheer number of musicians out here. It is a double edged sword, in my opinion.
Would you sign a record contract with a major label?
I definately would. I have my own recording studio, and have been composing and recording since 1984. I have a ton of material, and about 20 CD albums that I have recorded over the years, but I feel as if I have nowhere to go with them. Perhaps that will change for me one of these days.
Your influences?
George Clinton, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Jimi Hendrix, Yanni
Favorite spot?
I like Euless, TX because it is midway between Dallas and Ft. Worth. There is a kickin' blues scene out there. There is also an underground blues scene in Bloomfield, NJ that I like.
Equipment used:
Vestax HDR6 hard disk recorder, Yamaha QY100 music workstation, Tascam Pocketstudio 5 multitrack workstation, Bushman harmonicas, Artisan lap steel guitar, and various tribal percussion.
Anything else...?
If you don't have blues, how can you call it rock-n-roll???
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