Scott Jacoby

Scott Adam Jacoby (born October 31, 1971 - New York City) is an American record producer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, engineer and recording artist. A Grammy Award-winner in 2006, Scott has worked with John Legend, Vanessa Hudgens, Naturally 7, Fabolous, Jose James, Laura Izibor, Dutch platinum-selling rock group Kane, and multi-platinum French pop star Chimene Badi. Signed as a recording artist to Columbia (Japan), Scott had a number one single in Japan in 2004 with his single, “I Like You”. Scott has scored feature films (Confess), documentaries (CNBC’s Escape From Cuba), television shows (The Book of Pooh) and commercials (Old Navy). In 2007, Scott founded Eusonia Records. The label’s first release, This Much is True, by Maiysha, earned a 2009 Grammy nomination for Best Urban-Alternative performance. Scott is the owner of Eusonia Studios in New York City and is the CEO of his production company, Scojac Music Productions. An honors graduate of Skidmore College, Scott holds a B.A. in Psychology. Following college, Scott attended Albert Einstein College of Medicine and left after two years to pursue a career in music.



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