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Boz Scaggs is an Ohio-born Texan singer, songwriter and guitarist. Scaggs recorded and toured throughout the 1980s and 1990s. Scaggs has played solo and with many groups, including the Steve Miller Band.

Scaggs' most recent album, Speak Low, was released in 2008. In 2010, he toured with Donald Fagen and Michael McDonald.

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After learning guitar at the age of 12, Boz Scaggs met Steve Miller at St. Mark's School of Texas in Dallas. In 1959, he became the vocalist for Miller's band The Marksmen. The pair later attended the University of Wisconsin together, playing in blues bands like The Ardells and The Fabulous Knight Trains. Boz Scaggs appeared on the Steve Miller Band's first two albums, Children of the Future and Sailor, which won rave critical reviews.

In 1976, Boz Scaggs linked up with session musicians who would later form Toto and recorded his smash album Silk Degrees. The album reached number 2 on the US charts and number 1 in a number of countries across the world, spawning three hit singles: "Lowdown", "Lido Shuffle", and "What Can I Say", as well as the MOR standard "We're All Alone", later a hit for Rita Coolidge. Boz Scaggs' 1980 album, Middle Man, would spawn two top 20 hits, "Breakdown Dead Ahead" and "Jojo". Boz Scaggs would enjoy two more hits over 1980 and 1981 ("Look What You've Done to Me" from the Urban Cowboy soundtrack, and "Miss Sun" from a greatest hits set).

In May, 2003, Boz Scaggs released But Beautiful, a collection of jazz standards that debuted at number 1 on the jazz charts.