Scott Owen

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Birthday
14, 1975
Birthplace
Australia
Birth Sign
Aquarius
Birthday
14, 1975 (age 44)
Birthplace
Australia

About

Known best as the double bassist for the Melbourne-based punk-psychobilly band The Living End, Owen doubled as one of the group's songwriters, penning "I Want a Day," "Flood The Sky," and several other tracks.

Before Fame

In his late teens, hoping to perform rockabilly music with his close friend (and future Living End bandmate) Chris Cheney, Owen began teaching himself how to play the double bass.

Trivia

His on-stage stunts, which included standing on top of his bass and playing the instrument at odd angles, were popular among fans of The Living End.

Family Life

He was born and raised in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. His marriage to Emilie Owen produced children named Ginger and Harvey.

Associated With

He contributed to singer Paul Kelly's single "Song Of The Old Rake."