Scot has become the entertainer of choice for Australia's social elite, and for politicians of all persuasions, from Prime Ministers and Governors, to Premiers and an ever growing list of current State and Federal Ministers. Whether it's a black tie ball for Aussie Home Loans founder John Symond, a private home sing-a-long with Lachlan and Sarah Murdoch, or a Melbourne society bash with Lindsay Fox, Solomon Lew and Deborah Hutton, Scot delivers. He has lent his musical magic to fashions shows by Charlie Brown, shared the piano stool with Jennifer Hawkins in a television tribute to his work, and even opened for the great Luciano Pavarotti on his farewell tour.
In the world of business, Scot's clients represent a true, "Who's Who" of Corporate Australia, who spare no expense when featuring Scot in their events. Macquarie Bank has built revolving stages for his performances. Goldman Sachs purpose-built a New York-style piano bar for him. Cunard floated a piano on a barge to Fort Denison so he could serenade guests of the Queen Mary II and Queen Elizabeth II in their spectacular Sydney farewell. In simple terms, when Australia's A List want the best, they call Scot Finnie.