Scott Nadeau
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Scott Nadeau

Grand Rapids, MI | Established. Jan 01, 2010 | SELF

Grand Rapids, MI | SELF
Established on Jan, 2010
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"Talk about a HAUS party"

Scott Nadeau, a senior business & entrepreneurship major, was a featured performer during the HAUS Party event. He said the atmosphere is what draws him in. The event also featured a Columbia alumnus Mathew Thomas of Beso and current Columbia student Hank Beiber, of Beauty Minus Beast whom Nadeau recommended to a friend of his in the class, with hopes of diversifying the musical lineup, Nadeau said.

“There are so many people who are itching at the chance to get on stage, and that’s what we want,” Nadeau said. “Columbia should aspire to get freshmen and sophomores involved just as much as the upperclassmen are.”

Nadeau said in comparison to his expected turnout for the event, he was pleased with who showed up. Columbia events usually yield crowds that consist of students who are looking for a good time and enjoy good music, he said. - Columbia Chronicle


Discography

Scott Nadeau - Moonshadow (2006)
Tribune - Story Of A Broken Love EP (2008)
Tribune - Broken Glass EP (2009)
Scott Nadeau - Love And Other Misunderstandings EP (2011)
Scott Nadeau (Simplecity) - Suburban Passion (2012)
Scott Nadeau - Sophomore Slumber EP (2013)
Kougaran - Kougaran EP (2013)
Savior Self - Arrivals EP (2014)
Scott Nadeau - Electric Sheep EP (2014) 
Scott Nadeau - Who Says I Can't Sing The Blues (2015)
Scott Nadeau/The Sea Empty - Things and Stuff - Split EP (2015)


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Hailing from Rockford, MI Scott Nadeau is a singer/songwriter living and performing in Chicago, IL. 

Scott lives for performing and writing music and the stage is where his true personality comes to life. His skills playing and singing are evident from note one. As he effortlessly performs song by song, it is almost unfair as to the amount of talent he has been handed. This of course comes with years of hard work and performing. 

During live shows, audience members can expect to be immersed in the entire performance. With friendly banter interspersed across his set, Scott creates an environment as if he were just a friend playing guitar in your living room. His career thus far has prepared him for a span of venues. You might see him in the next coffee shop you roll through, or in the subways, or in the larger bars and venues throughout Chicago.

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