Scott was an additional saxophonist and guitarist for Supertramp on their 1983 final tour with Roger Hodgson in support of the album ...Famous Last Words...
His most famous stint was being the saxophonist and additional guitarist for Pink Floyd during recording of their 1987 album A Momentary Lapse of Reason and its corresponding tour which was documented on the live album Delicate Sound of Thunder. In 1994 Page performed on the video game Tuneland, along with David Gilmour.
He has also recorded with James Brown, Chuck Berry and Steve Miller.
He hit the road with the USA band Toto, in support for the Isolation world Tour in 1984. Scott himself said that it was one of the finest moments in his career.
He is involved in a web-based technology to change the way bands communicate with their fan base. It is a software based tool which allows both band and fans to interact in a very new way. The pilot band for this "Beta-Phase" is Toto. He selected the band because of their large fan base and the long friendship between Toto and himself.