A native of Washington DC, bass player Scott Giambusso has performed for over30 years with various shows, bands & theaters. He has worked with The Glenn Miller Orchestra and The Modernaires; The Peter Duchin Orchestra; The Ink Spots; The Tokens; Rory (Disney Channel); Charlie Byrd; Susannah McCorkle; Keely Smith & John Colianni (accompanist for Mel Torme) to name a few.
In spring ‘07 He performed in a clinic and show with Gene Bertincini at the 4 Seasons DC. He has also toured for the USO with Miss USA in Europe 85’ (with an 18 year old Halle Berry) and Miss USA in Central America 86’.
Besides playing a in few theater pits, Scott has also performed on the stage as a musical character in the Kennedy Center’s ‘92 production of “Pump Boys & Dinettes” — taking the inbred “Eddie” to new lows — and the Troika production of “The Buddy Holly Story” ‘93.
He releaed a slightly instrumental CD at the end of 99 entitled, The Mighty Busso “Band and Show.” Limited copies available.
Mr. Giambusso has been a staff & rhythm section member for the University of Md Piano & Vocal Improvisation Classes and has also served as Adjudicator for the Fish Middleton Jazz Competition, working for the great Ronnie Wells at the sadly now defunct East Coast Jazz Festival. Currently he is in his 11th year as a member of the Adjunct Jazz Faculty of Montgomery College, Md teaching electric bass and converting them to upright players. He has also formed a Mid Life Party Band that specializes in Cream and Hendrix and Zepplin. Giambusso, Hovey & Zidar GHz (Gigahertz) will be breaking down sound barriers for years to come.