BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - Bryan Scott is a man of many talents. On the field, you know him as a Bills linebacker, but off the field, he is sharing his love for music with anyone who will listen.
Scott runs the ARTventure program, part of his Pick Your Passion Foundation for the Arts.
"This artventure program is where we take local students and support the local arts communities," said Scott. "I still can't read music to this day, but I play the piano, the drums, the guitar and it's just a big piece of me."
"It gives you that ability to express yourself... maybe you're feeling something that you can't quite put into words, but a piece of music can say it all."
For more information on Scott's foundation, head to http://www.teambscott.com/
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