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 "Zulu Panda"

Wesley David Scott

Indie Rock Pop from Vancouver BC
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 "Zulu Panda"
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Wesley David Scott
"Zulu Panda"

Instruments: Guitar, Vocals, Composition/Songwriting details
Zulu Panda is the indie-rock solo project of Vancouver singer-songwriter Wesley David Scott. His music combines elements of heartland rock with grunge while maintaining a pop sensibility. His dynamic sound is matched nicely with warm vocal melodies and dylanesque storytelling in lyrics. This past year, he released his first full-length album entitled 'Hope All Abandoned,' was named semi-finalist in the international 'Song of the Year' songwriting contest and graduated with top marks from Langara College's Singer-Songwriter Certificate Program. He is currently working on a new album expected to be released early in 2015. []
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Zulu Panda
2013 - present

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Duke & The Robobabes
Vocals / Guitar
2011 - 2013
Guitar / Vocals
2007 - 2010
World's Last Telegram
2005 - 2007
Dead Fish Society
Guitar / Shovel
2003 - 2005

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