Pattaya performer Scott Lewis explains his background and how he became an entertainer on the Pattaya music scene.

It was another amusing and contagious Words and Music discussion at the Pattaya City Expats Club conference on Wednesday, February 8. Scott Lewis, aka Ta Wan due to the fact that of his “sweet eyes”, an up-and-coming Pattaya based vocalist informed a bit about his life and captivated with numerous tunes popular with his “older” audience, starting with the Beatles “Here Comes the Sun.”

Scott’s main profession remained in marketing in the UK, however his puppy love was music. He explained how he started at an early age as a DJ and forming a Beatles homage band growing clothing and wigs as part of their efficiency. Scott kept in mind that in his music he “mimics” the design and voice of the initial artists which he showed in his 2nd tune “Manage With Care” in which he sounded similar to the initial 3 entertainers of the Taking a trip Wilburys as he sang their parts, Bob Dylan, George Harrison, and Roy Orbison.

Scott has actually remained in Pattaya on-and-off for nineteen years. He was here on vacation when the Covid pandemic took place. As an outcome, he stayed in Pattaya whilst the UK remained in lock down in 2020-21. He discussed it was his striking up a discussion with Barry Upton, Pattaya’s well recognized performer and music manufacturer, in the Canterbury Tales book store that caused his look at the Class. After which he began to get invites to carry out solo or guesting with different bands on the Pattaya music scene.

Scott Lewis stated he ended up being enamored with the Beatles music in his more youthful years in the UK which caused his carrying out with his Beatles homage band with an image of them on the cinema.

As an outcome, he has actually now moved completely to Pattaya and presently plays 4 to 5 nights a week around the bars and dining establishments in addition to periodic personal celebrations. He explained that this can be stressful as in the UK, an efficiency normally lasted one hour with a break however for another hour. Nevertheless, in Pattaya, it normally includes a 3 hour session followed by a one hour repetition.

Scott thrilled his PCEC audience with 5 more tunes, Oh Pretty Lady (Roy Orbison), Stuck in the Middle with You (Gerry Rafferty band Stealers Wheel), Relax (Eagles), Bad Moon Increasing (Creedence Clearwater Revival), and JoJo Return (Beatles).

Scott is still carrying out, however cutting down a bit as he goes forth with his strategies to form his own band which he hopes will be carrying out within the next number of months. He states he chooses the flexibility a band provides over utilizing a tape-recorded soundtrack.

MC Ren Lexander then brought everybody as much as date on occasions and contacted George Wilson to perform the ever popular Open Online forum where concerns about Expat living can be asked and addressed. To see the YouTube video of Scott’s discussion on the PCEC Channel, go tohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sRMJf4xP6-M For additional information about the PCEC, visit their site at https://pcec.club/.

Scott Lewis sings among numerous tunes to the satisfaction of his PCEC audience. Scott is popular for his positive mix of Golden Oldies– Classic Rock, Pop and Nation tunes.
MC Ren Lexander provides Scott Lewis with the PCEC’s Certificate of Gratitude for his amusing and helpful discussion.
Member Ren Lexander carries out a post discussion interview of Scott Lewis. To see it on the PCEC’s YouTube Channel, go to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Aeazunyy4ng.
PCEC member Dave Anderson advises his fellow expats that after the Covid Pandemic, Pattaya’s yearly St Patrick’s Day parade will return on March 17 this year and to be sure not to miss it.

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