Scott Fusco is a graduate of URI and holds two teaching certificates.  He has worked as a private guitar instructor at URI’s prepatory program, Chris B’s Music in Cranston, Main Street Music in East Greenwich, and in his own private studio.  He was lead teacher and ensemble director for group guitar programs at Father John V. Doyle Middle School in Coventry and at Sweet Peas Village preschool in East Greenwich, RI.  He has been playing the guitar for nearly 30 years and began teaching in 2001.

An all-around lover of music, Fusco plays most styles of music competently including rock, blues, jazz, classical, jazz/fusion, and pop.  His primary interests lie in progressive rock, blues, jazz and fusion improvisation. He has studied with the following noted professors and instructors: classical guitar with Daniel Salazar Jr., jazz guitar with Eric Hofbauer, David Howard and Bilgehan Tuncer.

Scott is the ex-bandleader of the Bad Habits, a 10-piece church group consisting of parishioners of St. Pius V church in providence and professors from Providence College. 

His biggest musical influences: Kerry Livgren, J.S. Bach, David Gilmour, Andrew Latimer, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Marty Friedman, Chick Corea, Frank Gambale, Allan Holdsworth, Greg Howe, Al di Meola, Scott Henderson, Marc Bonilla, Josh Smith, Jason Becker, Michael Romeo, Sylvius Leopold Weiss, John Dowland, Jim Matheos, Kiko Loureiro, Daniel Gildenlöw, Ronnie Montrose, Robin Trower.