For nearly a decade he lingered backstage helping others make the music. Then in 2002, the former musical instrument store manager, Scott Kovarik finally got his turn in the limelight. One of Scott's songs was featured on the hit soap opera 'The Young and the Restless', followed by television shows 'Everwood', 'One Life to Live' and 'All My Children'. Things really began to take off when one of Scott's songs was featured in the National Lampoon feature film 'Barely Legal'. The road there, however, was full of twists and turns. Just a naive mid-western teen when he moved away from Ohio in 1979, Scott suddenly found himself in a California paradise. In his senior year of high school Scott joined a band with a few buddies. They became the hottest band in Malibu/Santa Monica and lived a fantasy life most only dream about--fast cars, beautiful women, sea, sand and surf--a true endless summer. Reality would soon set in, however, and bring the pressures that often separate us from our dreams. Scott went into business, trading a tie for a guitar strap. Dollars and cents took priority over music and lyrics, but he played on; writing and recording on a four track cassette late into the night for nearly two decades, honing his craft and waiting for a second chance. With the wife and kids just a wall away, Scott became a one-man band. Through a pair of headphones he learned to play all the instruments, sing and record everything himself, turning disadvatage into mastery. Finally, his splendid elixir of guitar Pop/Rock was on the level with the greats he grew up idolizing and California Flashback represents that defining moment. Ten years have gone by since Scott left California. It seems he's lived lifetimes since then, but you can smell the sea air, feel the sunshine and the sand in your toes and live the dream with California Flashback! Put on your sunglasses, pop in the CD and let Scott take you there!!