A Short Biography on Scott Joss

Scott Joss is a renowned mandolin player, fiddle player, songwriter, and guitarist in the American Country music. Scott Joss has performed with the biggest names in the American music industry. Including, Pete Anderson, Dusty Wakeman, Tiny Moore, and Merle Haggard and he is also famous for his solo performances.

Scott Joss was born on 1 January 1962 and he is 58 years old and still playing in the field. He was born in California and he learned to play the fiddle from Jana Jae. Scott Joss’s early association with Bakersfield Sound Musicians was the reason behind his title of Bakersfield Throne. His famous solo albums include:

  • 1996: Souvenirs (Little Dog)
  • 2000: A New Reason to Care (Little Dog)
  • 2018: How Far to Jordan