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He is a world-famous guitarist, vocalist, and music producer that has been in several musical bands.
After completing high school, he toured with The Drifters for a brief. After that, he joined the US Army in 1966.
After completing his service in the US Army, he made a comeback in music by creating his second band with Harold Ray Brown. The name of the band was The Night Shift. In 1969, Lee Oskar and Eric Burdon stopped by to hear The Night Shift play at the Ragdoll Club. Lee joined them in a jam on the stage the same day. However, the next day Charles Miller, Lonnie Jordan, Peter Rosen, Lee Oskar, and Eric Burdon joined Howard Scott and Harold Brown to form the band called War.
War was a Funk band popular during the '70s in the USA. He was the band's founder as well as the guitarist for them. The rock vocalist also was a songwriter and co-producer of War's greatest hits like 'Why Can't We Be Friends?', 'The Cisco Kid' and 'Slipping Into Darkness'. Eventually, Howard, along with the other members, left this band, ultimately losing the legal rights to use the band's name.
As of now, Howard performs regularly with Lee, Harold, and B.B. Dickerson. They call themselves the Lowrider Band.
The Los Angeles, California artist, has a net worth of approximately $1 million.
There is no exact estimate of the artist's annual income.
The exact estimate of his height is not available.
He was born on March 15, 1946, in San Pedro, Los Angeles, California, USA. He is 76 years old as of now. His zodiac sign is Pisces.
Scott spent most of his early life in Compton, California. As a young boy, he showed a keen interest in playing bass guitar. He did it under the supervision of his cousin, Jack Nelson. He co-founded the music group named Creators with the American drummer Harold Ray Brown. Both of them performed almost everywhere in Southern California. Be it a high school dance or a small gathering at nightclubs or car club parties. Creators were the first band that he created while a teen.
Many blues artists were his inspiration. This included famous musicians such as Muddy Waters, T.J. Summerville, Wayne Bennett, Howlin Wolf, and Jimmy Reed. He explored a lot of blues clubs in South Los Angeles. This helped him to study famous musicians like T-Bone Walker, Lowell Fulson, and Johnny Guitar Watson.
In 1964, he graduated from Compton High School. At Compton High School, he was on the cross country team and the school band.
He is single as of now. There is no accurate information regarding his previous relationships.
He is best known for founding the band War. As a bandleader, instruments like the bass guitar is his favorite. He's also a vocalist that has written lyrics for several songs that his band performed.
His track from the band War, 'The Cisco Kid', was nominated for the 16th Grammy Awards under the category Best R&B Vocal Performance By A Duo, Group, Or Chorus.
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