Musical Director, Keyboardist, Singer, and Trombone player, Oliver Scott first introduced his musical talents as a player for The Gap Band in May of 1979. His creative pen wrote "Yearning For Your Love" as well as many other album cuts for the group. The performance of his song from The Gap Band V album, “Where Are We Going”, was nominated for a Grammy Award in 1984 for Best R&B Instrumental Performance. As a young man, Oliver Scott wrote songs and performed numerous nightclub dates regionally. In 1977 he and his brothers formed the band Bloodline and later he joined The Gap Band. In 1986, he dedicated his life and his music to his Christian faith and has written and produced five solo Gospel projects, three Gospel albums with the church he served – and has written, produced, and shared the stage with other Gospel artists. He serves as the Pastor of Worship at Sienna Ranch Baptist Church in Missouri City, Texas. Oliver has re-joined with other Gap Band members to organize TOTALX THE BAND – bringing back the sound that fans love.