On Being a Name-dropping Groupie for a Lesser-known Pop Band with Roots in Philly (Encore!)

But wait — there’s more!

If the last week’s worth of posts has made you even slightly curious about what Scot Sax has been up to lately, here’s a quick rundown: He co-wrote “Like We Never Loved at All,” which I hear every time I walk into a Staples to buy notebooks, he returned to the Philadelphia area and recorded some solo work, he’s run a popular open-mic night while helping to launch the career of Sharon Little, he does songwriting workshops as part of a music therapy program at the Veterans Community Living Center in Philadelphia, and he’s been playing with his new band, Queen Electric. And there’s a Wanderlust reunion album coming out later this year…

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