Being an independent operation we work in a few small home based studios, maximize digital technology by sharing electronic files and we keep our overhead low so as to invest as much as possible in hiring the best talent and expertise to help us create and market recordings that are designed to inspire and move our listeners.

Our artists are seasoned professionals who have performed live for many years, are equally comfortable in a recording studio and have worked on their craft for most of their lives. We currently have a large archive of original recordings and we are committed to building and preserving a body of work which we hope will have a lasting appeal to people who share similar musical sensibilities.

Stoopid Daddy Records founder, and multi media artist, Scott Staton has been involved in the New York music, art and animation scene since the 1970's. He performed and toured with Denny Leroux and the Peter Duchin Orchestra for 17 years and has performed with artists such as Danny Kalb of the Blues Project, Charlie Musselwhite, Roomfull of Blues and T.S. Monk. Groups that he's performed with have also opened for The Pointer Sisters, George Benson and Bo Diddley. He has composed soundtracks for the feature film, The Compleat Beatles and the Weston Woods short animated film The Caterpillar and the Polliwog. He designed sound for several Sesame Street episodes and composed and played keyboards for the live action CBS TV show Felix The Cat. He's designed CD cover art for groups such as Finn and the Sharks, Jazzamataz and society bandleader Michael Carney's CD, Swing Hard, swing soft. His animated short film The Dead Battery on the L.I.E was broadcast on the HBO and SHOWTIME cable networks for over 8 years.

Stoopid Daddy Records is looking to develop international relationships in the areas of distribution, touring, co-publishing and licensing opportunities for film, video and television.