Josey Scott was best known as the lead vocalist and co-founder of the American rock band Saliva. Formed in Memphis, Tennessee, in 1996, Saliva gained prominence with a unique blend of hard rock, grunge, and elements of nu-metal. The band’s breakthrough came with their second studio album, “Every Six Seconds,” released in 2001. The album featured hits like “Click Click Boom” and “Your Disease,” which helped propel Saliva into mainstream success and earn them spots on prominent music charts.
Josey Scott’s distinctive voice and charismatic stage presence were key elements in defining the band’s sound and identity. His powerful vocal delivery often incorporated both melodic and aggressive elements, making Saliva’s music appealing to a wide range of rock fans.
Saliva’s subsequent albums, including “Back into Your System” (2002) and “Survival of the Sickest” (2004), continued to feature Scott’s vocal talents and also delved into more varied musical influences, ranging from alternative rock to elements of punk and country. The band received various award nominations and toured extensively, sharing the stage with other prominent bands in the rock and metal scenes.
In addition to his work with Saliva, Josey Scott has also ventured into other creative outlets. He collaborated with Chad Kroeger of Nickelback on the song “Hero,” which was featured in the 2002 film “Spider-Man.” The song received commercial success and further expanded Scott’s artistic reach.