Multi - Platinum Numerous Award winning writer Rick Scott
has picked up two more songwriter awards Nov. 2nd 2014 in Nashville for his Johnny Cash recording of self penned tune "Tennessee" Out now on "Out Among The Stars" CD by the Man In Black .. World-Wide debut number one on the Top Country Album and Americana Charts... The song is now being featured in the background of the new Southwest Airlines commercial running for the next few months.. Not bad for a song over 30 years old... Also garnering a certified gold album for his contribution on
"THE LEGEND" "Johnny Cash" song: "When I'm Gray" This album also won a Grammy for Best Boxed Set.
Straight from birth in 1958 , Covington, Ky. , Rick has devoted his entire life to his musical roots as the creative force behind many hits for many artist..
Coming from a long line of musicians / writers / radio personalities in and around the Cincinnati, Ohio area , it is a path that Rick was born to cut out of
the Northern Kentucky hills to the brightest lights of Nashville and beyond. As a musician "Drummer" "Songwriter" Rick pounded and wrote his way into the hearts of thousands
before reaching the ripe old age of twenty one,
playing for such personalities as Alabama for four years as studio and road drummer and songwriter, Earl Thomas Conley as studio / road drummer and co-writer, Ed Bruce as songwriter and drummer, Vern Gosdin and David Allan Coe as road drummer... and worked with more top artist as drummer / songwriter / producer / and publisher.. From the seedy bar rooms across the country to concert halls filled with thousands of admiring fans , Rick has experienced it all.
Garnering multi-platinum status as a Musician
Songwriter , Publisher, and Record Producer.
As a songwriter, Scott, has more than 30 million units in sales, has numerous work to his Gold and Platinum Awards to his credit including the massive number one song “Why Lady Why” which was included on Alabama's first album…