Kevin Allen Scott is a musician who plays the soprano, alto and tenor saxophones. Kevin was born in New York City and raised in New Jersey. He began his musical training at the age of seven. For many years he played and toured with the stars of "rhythm and blues," some of which are Kool & The Gang, Peabo Bryson, The Sugar Hill Gang, Tanna "Heart Beat" Gardner and Phylis Hyman.
In 1986, after battling a life threatening disease, Kevin surrendered his life to Jesus Christ and began teaching music improvisation workshops and seminars in France, Italy, Guatemala, Brazil, Jamaica, Trinidad, Holland, New Zealand, Africa, as well as within the United States.
Kevin has been the musical guest in conferences with Cindy Jacobs, Morris Cerullo and Jesse Duplantis and has opened concerts for Phil Driscoll, Helen Baylor, Vickie Winans and Donnie McClurkin to name a few.
As a recording artist, Kevin has completed two studio recordings entitled "Enter In" and "One Voice & Kevin Scott." Kevin is currently working on an exciting, new project entitled "A New Season" on his own record label: Horn of Oil Music.
Now, living in Orlando Florida, Kevin was ordained a minister of the Gospel in 2007. Kevin continues to minister and perform regularly at various churches, events and venues on the East Coast as well as outside of the United States as a solo artist and with various musicians, vocalists and worship leaders.
Kevin's mission for the Horn of Oil Music Ministy is to lead God's people into His presence through the avenue of prophetic worship and praise.