Scott Hoffman

Scott Hoffman provided additional programming, played guitar, bass and keyboards on the song "Heartache By Numbers" on Bryan Ferry's solo album Olympia.

Scott Hoffman (aka Babydaddy) is the Ivor Novello Award-winning multi-instrumentalist and mainly rhythm guitarist and lyricist for the American glam rock band, Scissor Sisters.

Hoffman was born to a Jewish family in Houston, TX, he lived most of his childhood in Lexington, Kentucky; attending Henry Clay High School. He attended Columbia University, where he studied writing and music production, and subsequently worked in the field of dance music. He had previously met Jake Shears - then still known as Jason Sellards - through a childhood friend, and Hoffman asked Shears to provide vocals for his tracks. When Hoffman moved to New York to study writing at Columbia, the duo officially joined forces and took stage names to become the first two members of Scissor Sisters in 2001.

Scott Hoffman is credited on the following Roxy Music and Solo Albums