TRIXTER Drummer Steps Out Front For New Solo Single, 'With You...'

TRIXTER Drummer Steps Out Front For New Solo Single, 'With You...'

After rocking the world with MTV hair band TRIXTER for three decades, former New Jersey resident Mark Gus Scott steps out from behind the drums to stand center stage for his lead vocal debut and share something very special. The rock-star-turned-adult-contemporary-solo-artist's latest release, "With You..." , is an emotional, passionate and heartfelt ballad the likes of which will never be expected by his ever-growing constituency of fans.

"For the past few years, I have pursued music outside of rock and roll in hopes of touching just one person," says Scott. "To be on the receiving end of so much love and support from so many around the world is a gift I never expected."

"With You..." combines an '80s-style power ballad piano riff, symphonic orchestration and powerful melodic hooks all providing a platform for deep emotional poetry that truly moves the soul. Listeners will not be ready for the soaring and soulful hook-filled melodies backed by enormous "angelic" background harmonies; definitely a huge surprise coming from one of rock's hardest-hitting drummers.

"With You..." will be released on Thursday, September 12 and promises to deliver something very special to today's musical landscape; adding a great deal of credibility to Mark's platinum sales status. CDs and downloads are available through Apple iTunes, Amazon Music, Google Music, CD Baby and everywhere downloads are available. Personally autographed CDs are available at www.MarkGusScott.com.

TRIXTER toured extensively in the United States, Canada and Japan in support of its five major label releases. They have performed live in arenas and amphitheaters with crowds up to 35,000 people, appearing with such rock superstars as KISS, SCORPIONS, POISON, TED NUGENT, NIGHT RANGER, CINDERELLA, TWISTED SISTER, DOKKEN, WARRANT, GREAT WHITE and FIREHOUSE.

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