|Name:||Scott F. Crago|
|Birth Day:||July 26, 1963|
Session drummer who has worked with Sheryl Crow and The Eagles.
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He attended Greenfield High School.
In 1994, the Eagles began a reunion with the "Long Run" lineup. They began auditioning for touring band members and Eagles mainline drummer Don Henley oversees drummer auditions wherein there were ten men on a list. In an interview with Vic Firth, Crago said that he was the tenth man.
Aside from drumming, Crago is also a very successful songwriter and producer. He has written many songs, one of which was Don Henley's single "Everything Is Different Now", which he wrote with Henley and Timothy Drury, the keyboardist in the Eagles' 1994–95 Hell Freezes Over tour. The song is found on Henley's 2000 album Inside Job. He also does recording and mixing. Crago also co-wrote "That Made Me Stronger" off Stevie Nicks' 2001 album Trouble in Shangri-La.
He is, with Steuart Smith, in Don Henley's touring band in Henley's 2016 world tour.
Currently, Scott F. Crago is 58 years, 0 months and 10 days old. Scott F. Crago will celebrate 59th birthday on a Tuesday 26th of July 2022.
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