It just started:

Glorie Incogniti – A new Casey Scott album to be recorded in Brussels by Rudy Coclet, with Todd Bishop on drums & myself on bass.

Casey Scott is a songwriter, poet, performer and director currently based in Portland, Oregon. Since her flirtation with major label success with Creep City in the early 90s, she has led NYC rock band Diva Machina and Portland’s 12-piece rock orchestra Red Venus Love Army. Casey has played bass, drums and guitar in a series of punk and experimental projects, including the Snuff Queens, Jennifer and the Qualifiers, the Last Regiment of Syncopated Drummers, and many others. She’s sung speakeasy harmonies in the Howland Sisters, and made her feature film debut in “The Hidden”, opposite Michael Buscemi. In 2008, she directed the sleeper comedy “Jesus In Love,” based on a farce by Guy de Maupassant. Casey’s original songs have been recorded and performed worldwide by artists as diverse as Holly Cole, Paul Brandt, Johnny Skilsaw, Jeff Lang, and the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra.

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