#412 Scott Page Pink Floyd
January 30, 2014•81 min
Do you want to create a business that wow's the customer, indulge's their senses, and leaves them begging for more?! The brainchild of L.A.’s most celebrated pastry chef, Waylynn Lucas, and gluten-free baking wiz Nancy Truman, fonuts debuted in August ’11 with a mission to elevate the coffee and donut experience into loftier and tastier realms. Baked and/or steamed and never fried, fonuts replicate the donut taste you know and love, but give it a modern spin, featuring gluten-free and vegan options alongside traditional varieties. Scott Page is a technologist, entrepreneur, musician and songwriter. Page is most recognized as the saxophonist for Pink Floyd, Supertramp and Toto. As an entrepreneur, he formed Walt Tucker Productions an audio video post production company in 1987. In 1992, he Co-founded 7th Level, Inc., a CD-ROM game and educational software company. Later, Page Co-founded New Media Broadcasting Company, a social media and collaborative communications enterprise Singer-songwriter, Natalie Smith, grew up in beautiful Northern California, singing and writing from a very early age. Natalie attended Berklee College of Music, where she focused on her vocals, piano, and songwriting, but it wasn't until moving to Los Angeles in 2012, that her musical portrait really came to be. With her quick wit, honest lyrics, and memorable hooks, the 24 year old singer weaves together a wonderful optimistic narrative.