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Scott Page

As a talented saxophonist for Pink Floyd and Super Tramp, Scott Page has experienced the glamour of performing, touring, and recording with such superstar bands. But his connection to the music industry goes much further than performing on stage. While passionate about music, he is also an entrepreneur that has positioned him at the threshold of new internet technologies that are truly the door to the future of the music industry and those who love music. As CEO of New MBC (New Media Broadcasting Company), Scott has launched new technologies that build real-time global communities with real-time web-based communications. He, along with rock band TOTO, has launched the TOTO Network, a new-technology internet web site that introduces real-time access to a global fanbase. We welcome our first guest to Inside MusiCast… Scott Page.

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Scott, thank you so much for being our guest for our inagural podcast. You have been a source of great support and we appreciate all that you have done for us.

Be sure to check out Scott's latest venture, the Toto Network. His company, NewMBC, has created this amazing network from the ground-up, in cooperation with the Toto members themselves. Check out the network at http://www.totonetwork.com.
November 10, 2006 | Unregistered CommenterRick Such
Scott, I too wish to thank you for your friendship and support. You are a renaissance man of technology! Thanks for spending time with us...so insightful and entertaining. You're a pro. Listen to Scott' interview and join the Toto network....
November 11, 2006 | Unregistered CommenterEddy Cabello
Hello Scott,

I new you in the Lunch Money Days. Good to hear your success. Saw Dogs of War and new you made it. Told yah.

Hope things continue sucessfuly in the fabulous 2007.

Take care!
January 2, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterBonnie Star
Hello Scott Page

I am your friend from Ventura.Steven Bolstad.http://homepage.mac.com/stevenbolstad/


Would love to re-connect and see what life has been.

May 30, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterSteven Bolstad
Scott listening to Terminal Frost 20 years on AWESOME and i love your work on US and them i cant get thoses squeeky high notes on my Sax??

hope to meet you one day dude

a big fan

July 4, 2007 | Unregistered Commenterpaul smith
Hi Scotty,It's been a long time since I've seen you. I think about August 1976. I've wanted to say hi and see how things have been going with you, and share what's been happening on the Skuce end of things. I put your name in google and came up with a number of interesting articles. Say, how are Bill and Musa? I hope they're doing great. If you can give me a blast on my e-mail, I'll give you my phone number, and/or phone you. Take care Scott.
September 8, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterLou Skuce

Hi i have long been a PINK fLOYD fan but it is only recently, while watching the Delicate sound of thunder, DVD did i notice Sott Page, from then on i have been a massive fan, Scott playing on "US AND THEM " makes the hairs on the back of my neck stand on end.I HAVE SEARCHED THE INTERNET, for photos of Scott but without any luck.
thanks Scott for the fantastic music

November 13, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterRAY

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