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Scott Hisey
A dedicated singer/songwriter, described by country music legend George Jones as "the real deal", Scott has spent his life developing a sound and style of his own. His music, while unique, has a traditional country quality and his dynamic stage presence; rich alluring voice and heartfelt delivery make Scott appealing to a broad range of country music listeners. His musical influences include Merle Haggard, Keith Whitley, John Anderson, Vern Gosdin and Hank Williams Sr. Scott grew up in the close-knit farming community of South Charleston Ohio. He lived with his grandparents early in his life learning to sing and perform Pentecostal church hymns. Scott's attraction to music led to his first entertainment-oriented job; at 14 he began Disc Jockeying at local clubs and radio stations finding immediate success. As a freshman in High School Scott became a percussionist with the marching band and also began playing drums for local bands. During this time he began writing lyrics and at the age of 17 Scott bought his first guitar with the money he earned cutting grass and began writing and playing music. Moving to Nashville in 1991, Scott played the Lower Broadway clubs, "paid his dues" for many years in the famous places like Tootsies Orchid Lounge, Robert's, Legends Corner and the Nashville Palace on a regular basis. While in Nashville his writing has matured and improved dramatically. Increasing his song library has enabled him to play songwriter venues such as Douglas Corner, The Bluebird Cafe, and the Broken Spoke, to name a few, where he met and collaborated with many established Nashville writers. In 1999 Scott moved back to his home state of Ohio. His writing continued and upon meeting songwriting collaborator Ron Vincent in early 2002, Luculent Music was formed. Luculent, "Clear In Thought Or Expression" defines Scott Hisey's Music perfectly. Scott came to public prominence in 2002 with the launch of his debut album, "What Will The Good Times Do". Internationally he quickly established recognizable success and strong critical reviews for his first single "The Nashville Way", which charted at No. 48 within a few weeks of it's release. He continues to win the support of fans at home and internationally. "The support my fans give me is truly incredible, I would be nowhere without them. I am so grateful to be doing what I love to do, so few get the opportunity to truly follow their dream and play the music I truly believe in…COUNTRY", Scott says. The talent Scott radiates is magnetic when he performs. His lyrics are so personally honest and distinctive they speak directly to the heart with pure feeling. You'll find he is equally comfortable playing an impromptu acoustic set as he is performing with the backing of his own K.I.C. band. While touring 2005, promoting his highly anticipated second album "Dead Man Walkin' ", which was honored as one of the top ten albums of the year by CountryReview.com, Scott and his KIC (Keepin It Country) Band has opened for such acts as Keith Urban, John Anderson, Ty Herndon, John Michael Montgomery, Moe Bandy, Exile, Lynyrd Skynrd, Julie Roberts, Steve Azar, Billy Dean, Joe Diffie, Mark Chesnutt, Patty Loveless, Richochet, Charlie Daniels Band, Jeff Bates and many others. Again on this album he continues to stay true to his music instincts. Scott returned to Nashville in January of 2006 and now calls Nashville "home". Scott is currently touring 2008 to promote his third album "Half Empty & Seein' Double" His latest single "She Never Got Me Over You" penned by legends Keith Whitley & Hank Cochran is expected to make a major impact on the country music scene. When Scott is not on the road or in the studio working on his new albums he is recording demos for area labels. The talent Scott Radiates is magnetic when he performs. His lyrics are so personally honest and distinctive they speak directly to the heart with pure feeling. You'll find he is equally comfortable playing impromptu acoustic sets as he is performing with the backing of his own KIC (Keepin' It Country) Band.

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