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In the late nineties Devours was tapped to play drums for Oleander, a post-grunge band from Sacramento, California. The band quickly became successful, and after opening for Sugar Ray, was approached and signed with Universal. After Devours joined Oleander, the line up was considered stronger, and released albums that reached gold status and provided a Top 40 hit. They released their major label debut February Son which reached gold status in 1999, and their song "Why I'm Here" was featured in the TV series Dawson's Creek. The band released their second official album Unwind in 2001 and the track "Champion" reached the Top 40. In 2002, Oleander moved to the Sanctuary label, and in March 2003, the band released their third major label album, Joyride which failed to reach the success of their earlier work.
In November 2003, Devours left Oleander to work with the band IMA Robot, an Indie/Punk/Dance band based in Los Angeles that formed in the late nineties. On September 12, 2006, IMA Robot released their second album Monument with Devours on drums which featured the singles "Creeps Me Out" and "Lovers in Captivity". In 2007 the band left Virgin Records and continued work as an unsigned band under the management of Echo Park Records.
Scott Devours has recorded, performed, and toured with a number of well-known artists, including Roger Daltrey, IMA Robot, Oleander, Honey Honey, speaker, TVM, Sheldon Tarsha, Scott Ambush, Rocco Deluca, Wonderlove, Carbon Leaf, and CPO. He also toured as an opening act for the White Stripes, 311, Jane's Addiction, Junior Senior, Duran Duran, Fishbone, Beastie Boys, Stone Temple Pilots, Fuel, Three Doors Down, Creed, Hoobastank, Live, Candlebox, The Wailers and The Von Bondies.
Devours' discography includes over thirty major label and independent releases and two gold records. He worked with producers including Andy Wallace and Bob Rock.
In 2009, Devours toured with The Who's Roger Daltrey on the "Use It Or Lose It Tour." The same band, Daltrey's No Plan B, also joined the Eric Clapton tour for several dates in 2010 and played The Who's Tommy at the Royal Albert Hall on March 24, 2011 as part of the Teenage Cancer Trust benefit concerts. Later in the year, the band presented Tommy on a tour of the UK, the US and Canada. Additional dates in Europe, Australia and Japan were scheduled for 2012. On February 5, 2013, Who touring drummer Zak Starkey was unable to play due to a tendon problem, and Devours filled in for the complete "Quadrophenia and More" concert in San Diego, CA. Devours would go on to replace Starkey on other dates in February 2013, and would again substitute for Starkey during the band's June–July European tour.