Well, this is a treat.  We get to hear from a rock legend on today’s show. In this one-on-one conversation with sax player Scott Page (Pink Floyd, Supertramp, Toto) who has not only played music for millions…but is arguably more successful as a solopreneur after his main music career.

This was so much fun to record. I could have gone another couple hours just talking music.  I couldn’t wait to put it out to the world, and into your earballs.  Please enjoy one of my favorite episodes of all time.

In the meantime, here’s Scott’s Wikipedia.

You can reach him on the Twitter at https://twitter.com/iamscottpage

Scott Page is an American musician, technologist, and entrepreneur. He currently serves as CEO of Ignited Network, “a start up music accelerator based in Los Angeles.”[1][2]

As a performer he is widely recognized as the saxophonist and rhythm guitarist for Pink Floyd, Supertramp, and Toto.[3]

As an entrepreneur, Page formed Walt Tucker Productions, an audio video post production company (1987) that produced projects for The Rolling Stones, Bon Jovi, Janet Jackson, Garth Brooks, Scorpions and others.[4][5][6] He also co-founded 7th Level, Inc., an award-winning[specify] CD-ROM game and educational software company.[7][8] At 7th Level he co-produced Tuneland, the world’s first interactive musical cartoon starring Howie Mandel, the globally lauded Monty Python interactive series, and was part of the development of QD7, an interactive multimedia joint venture with Quincy Jones and David Salzman (1992) that resulted from Jones’ partnering with 7th Level.[9][10] Page co-founded New Media Broadcasting Company, a social media and collaborative communications enterprise (2001) whose clients included, Will Smith, Monty Python, Toto, and Institute for Systems Biology, and co-founded and served as CEO of Direct2Care, an online healthcare presence management company (2011).[8][11]

Page frequently[vague] serves as an invited guest lecturer and panelist at numerous new media conferences and university symposia. Currently, he is a featured “guest mentor” on the weekly syndicated radio show Business Rockstars,[12] hosted by Ken Rutkowski.[13] Before becoming CEO of Ignited Network, he had recently co-founded GetYourOPI, an online presence management company.[14] As an artist, his continued work as a recording and as a session musician continues to draw interest from Pink Floyd fans and other music fans alike.[15][16][17] Page is an adjunct professor at the University of Southern California‘s Thornton School of Music, in the Music Industry program.[18][19]