Scott Rocco has embarked on a solo career as a promising singer/songwriter. Since then, he’s played acoustically at various venues in NY, NJ, PA and Austin, Texas in support of his 'Seven Days EP,' developing a fan base that continues to spread across frontiers. His endless search for optimism and hope is evident in every chord he strikes as well as every note that is belted from his heartfelt tenor voice. In addition to his solo career, Scott's band, "Daysafter" has performed since 2003 in various NYC/NJ venues. The most popular to date, having graced the stage twice before it shut down; was the legendary CBGB's. In 2008 they became part of a drunk driving prevention campaign called, New Jersey rockers for life raising awareness through a compilation C.D. distributed by Illumina Records. Furthermore, Scott scored and sung original music for his short film, “Come As You Are” which theatrically premiered January 10th, 2013 at ‘The Picture House’ in Pelham, NY. He also collaborated with longtime music veteran, Johnny Andriani (Marky Ramone's Blietzkrieg, The Dwellers) who helped score ambient tracks in the film and worked as the main audio engineer for the film’s music.
Scott Rocco has been performing since the age of five, as an actor and athlete. As a youth, he participated in Catholic school plays and excelled in football and baseball. He has won many awards for outstanding achievements in both sports that lead him to incredible milestones like having the honor of pitching in Shea Stadium (original stadium for the New York Mets) when he was only sixteen years old and winning high school football championship games. Beyond sports, he would later decide to study the craft of acting at The New York Conservatory of Dramatic Arts (formerly The School for Film and Television) and has achieved great success thus far. In 2009, Scott was featured on “The Late show with Jimmy Fallon” in a small comedic segment called, "The Jersey Shore D-Bags." There has been mild speculation that this segment inspired the hit reality MTV series, "The Jersey Shore." Since then, he has broadened his range of acting in Austin, Texas starring in the short film, "Psychology of a Breakup” alongside Ernest James. In addition, Scott has wrapped on several Austin indie features including, "Abrupt Decision, and Snatch 'N' Grab." He also finished the western period piece, "Last Words" playing 19th century cowboy, Alfred Walker. Last Words premiered at The Alamo Draft House Theatre in San Antonio, Texas Dec 29th, 2011. At the moment, he has wrapped production on the short film, "Come As You Are" from which he starred, produced, and wrote. The film was also accepted to‘The Bergenfield Film Festival’ May, 2013 where Scott received a merit of achievement for hard work in the film industry. In addition to his current acting repertoire, Scott is attached to play a supporting role in the big indie western ‘When The Storm God Rides’ shooting in New Mexico, 2014. The film will be directed by long-time established director Michael Preece and will feature many credible/recognizable actors.