Jon Scott

credited by Tom Petty for getting him his first sustained radio play

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Record company promotions man credited by Tom Petty for getting him his first sustained radio play.

Jon Scott on KCRW

Without Jon Scott, it’s possible we never would have heard the song “American Girl” or heard of Tom Petty.

How Tom Petty became a star

Without Jon Scott, it’s possible we never would have heard the song “American Girl” or heard of Tom Petty.

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