KOWS Interview with Scott Smith (Part 1) KOWS Interview with Scott Smith (Part 2) SONG: Payday “Live Acoustic” SONG: Eclipsing Moon “Live Acoustic”
A really special is the debut album by the American musician, Scott Smith. The Sum Of Life titled disk 10 shots. The authenticity of the publication, including the type that almost every number in a different musical style. The disc’s opening, the title track “The Sum of Life”, for example, a folk ballad, in which […]
Hey, I’m the album of the week on Blues and Roots Radio. Yeah! http://www.bluesandrootsradio.com/
Simple vocal melodies combined with engaging and intricate instrumentals, with a tinge of blues, make the perfect recipe for music you will love to remember and discover. Read more here https://www.indie-spoonful.com/single-post/2017/04/18/Scott-Smith—Down-to-Memphis
This ones a little honest, but hey, I’m trying to change music. 🙂 although I initially has some trouble for his song so it grows with a few genomlyssningar Translation: Growing with more listening A femspårig EP with americana, country and some old rock in up its sleeve is what offered when Scott Smith […]
This is a fun one! Translation: Great charm in the best moments Starts with a great instrumental song before rocking bilå bath country smoker Eclipsing Moon kicks off the whole thing. Payday is nice boogiewoggie (how spells now?) and the stable guitar game that let Mark Knopfler in Determination is as delightful as the […]
http://rootstime.be/CD%20REVIEUW/2016/NOV1/CD74.html This is a Swedish publication Translation On the cover of the cd “The Sum of Life”, the debut album by the Americana blues rocker Scott Smith From San Francisco, is none other than God at the wheel of a Cadillac- Convertible from 1967, something many of us also probably would like to do […]
Emotion comes from the thoughtful and sometimes poignant lyrics that tell story after story. Read more here. http://blogcritics.org/music-review-scott-smith-down-to-memphis-ep/
Indie Music Indie Music for the Unaffiliated Scott Smith takes us on a musical road trip through his vinyl collection and pays his respects to those who made him want to pick up a guitar to begin with.
Singer/songwriter Scott Smith returns with his new album titled “Down To Memphis.” It features five tracks that help solidify Scott’s status as one of country music’s fasting rising stars.http://jpsmusicblog.blogspot.com/2016/12/cd-review-new-music-from-joey-stuckey.html
Down To Memphis, a 5-song EP that is sure to put Smith on a collision course with independent music success. Similar to a Johnny Cash or Elvis, Scott… Read more here http://themiews.com/scott-smith-memphis-ep-music-review/
INTERVIEW: Scott Smith
I had the great opportunity of hanging and going to the shows of Kenny White Last weekend. He is a renowned singer songwriter from New York who writes some great songs! He has worked with many big name like Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Peter Wolf, David Crosby and Dr. John to name a few. His […]
Hot of the press: Here is my first video for the title song off of my debut album “The Sum of Life”
Here is a picture of Nina from a session she performed on my album a few weeks ago. She is playing on the opening track Down to Memphis. I feel so lucky to have her on my tracks.
acoustic / folk / rock Scott Smith – Sum Of Life by Chris Marsh · Sep 22, 2016 Scott Smith’s music is understated but self assured, with a slight Celtic lilt to be found in the use of acoustic guitar and violin on the opening instrumental that sets the tone for the album in […]
0 Bay Area based singer/songwriter Scott Smith creates music that consists of many different genres of music. Country, Blues and other styles all blend together to form Smith’s version of Americana. In order to help Scott Smith bring his musical vision to life, he called upon several talented people. Among them are: pianist Mitch Woods; drummer Vic […]
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Truly a labor of love, here I am filling over 200 envelopes with my CD going out to radio stations. Mostly in the US and some in Canada and Europe. Here is the list of artists I am included with on the radio ad campaign.
* Click Here to Read Full Review It makes for a strong homage to classic rock ‘n’ roll. Smith fits in snugly wrapped in the trappings of the great sounds of the music’s past. His vocals call to mind Mick Jagger and Bob Dylan among others. The music can take a bluesy sound, a country flavor […]
Hi Scott, welcome to VENTS! How have you been? Hi Rafa, I have been staying busy, promoting my album and recording. Can you talk to us more about your latest single “The Sum Of Life”? I have been playing this long before I started writing songs with lyrics. It’s kind of like a fiddle tune […]
The Sum Of Life by Scott Smith. * CLICK HERE TO READ FULL REVIEW Growing up in the Bay Area, California singer-songwriter Scott Smith was constantly exposed to music and artistic souls. “There was so much happening musically living in the Bay Area at that time. It was very alive.” So when Smith decided to get serious […]
“For a guy who is relatively new to songwriting, I must applaud you for your fine work. Best of luck to you Scott.” Rick Pisano “Really enjoying the chill sound of “The Sum Of Life” Scott. Payday great lyrics and music.” Chris Bonam “Bluesguitar Slinger” is cool!….impressive tracks here…nicely thought out and performed. And really liking […]
I just came back from an extended weekend in L.A. where I attended the 2016 ASCAP EXPO. I was pretty incredible! Some of the music artists there were Pat Benatar and her husband Neil Giraldo, Rob Thomas from Matchbox 20, Timbaland, Paul Williams (who I road in the elevator with), Melissa Etheridge, Desmond Child (who […]
Finally from the Bay Area comes the debut album, “The Sum Of Life” from singer/songwriter Scott Smith. Smith invited some legendary musicians to help him accomplish his goal of producing a timeless album. Beginning with the title-song, “The Sum Of Life” is a gentle, acoustic instrumental that invites you in to experience the full range […]
Giovanna Imbesi was up a few weeks ago to work on the new album of “The Joy of Cooking” and we were able to have her perform on a few songs for my album. She played on many of the song on my first album and it great to work with her again. It’s […]
We had the pleasure of working Spencer Burrows, from the band Frobeck, this last weekend. Spencer laid down tracks on 4 songs playing his Hammond organ. We started at 7am, not a typical time for musicians, none of us had more than a few hours sleep. Spencer sure woke us up. This was some of the […]
Me, Jeanette and Dan, doing hand claps for my song Rolling Home off the new album. It’s a blues shuffle tune and I came up with idea of claps for a percussion effect. Not sure if it will work but it was a lot of fun.
This is from David Grisman’s CD release party last night at the Freight and Salvage in Berkeley. It was a great show, with a guest appearance from Mike Marshall for the encores. David considers his new album (David Grisman Sextet) to be some of his finest work. It was recorded and mastered here in Sebastopol at […]
Here are pictures of my friend Dan Ransford performing overdubs on my new album. Dan is a real craftsman.
Scott Smith’s “Sum of Life” is folk rock at its finest. Throughout “Sum of Life” Scott Smith weaves in a little tenderness, helping to give these songs a certain charm. His earnest, forthright vocal delivery serves as the album’s core. Lyrically the songs have a sense of reassurance that helps guide them forward. By letting […]
Hey, Here is a interview I did last night on Rockwire Radio. It is an internet station out of Albuquerque New Mexico. Thanks RockWired, Good Job! http://www.rockwired.com/rockwiredprofiles630.html
Click here: Scott Smith Sum of Life CD Review – NeuFutur Magazine Bad Dreams slows things up and showcases a unique sound that will resound loudly with listeners long after the composition has ceased to play. Never one to rest on his laurels, Scott Smith has the ability to unite these disparate styles to […]
Hey, I’m on KRCB radio tomorrow 2/24/16 @noon On Doug Jaynes show. Talking and playing stuff off the new album along with Jeff Martin from Studio E and John Knudsen who has a new album out too. John’s album feature David Grisman. You can listen to it online @ http://krcb.org/
Listen to the KOWS Radio Interview with Scott Smith for the album “The Sum of Life”.
I was very excited to have David LaFlamme from It’s a Beautiful Day play on three tracks of my album. He’s a childhood idol and I was such a high point to get his signature on my music. David and Linda still have a full touring schedule between the U.S. and Europe. What a life he […]
I want to talk about one of the artists that played on my album, which is Nina Gerber. She is a local big name who has played with just about everybody. I first fell in love with Her playing when she performed with Kate Wolf. Sadly, Kate passed on at a very early age And […]
Here’s Toot’s, one of the cats at the studio. He likes me
I volunteered at the Steve Seskin show last night. He has written songs for Tim McGraw among others. It was so inspiring, these guys are such good writer and performers. I got a chance to meet them and give them copies of my CD.
Payday is one of my favorite songs. It’s like a Bakersfield roadhouse tune. I wanted write one that is a tribute working class that keep everything going. With all the struggles for employment over the last decade, I wanted to do a song that raises the energy about working again. Kind of a Law of Attraction […]
I want to share some pictures of the CD. I designed it to look like an old 45.
I reached number one on Reverbnation!
I want you to meet Ralph and Holly Cota. When we came up with the idea of God driving a Cadillac for the album cover, we had to find someone with a vintage Cadillac. It took a lot of searching but a friend met Ralph at a collectors car show. Ralph had a limousine which […]
Blues Guitar Slinger is written about famous Texas blues rock guitarist Johnny Winter. The song started with the opening riff and was built around that. It was a fun song to write although I had a hard time finding information that would work for the song. I had to go off of images for some of […]
This is the first song that I wrote. It is about meeting my wife. It was in the summer of 1997 and we were with a group of folks watching the lunar eclipse. We met while walking back together. We lost track of each other for a year and were brought together by fate. It was […]
The Sum of Life is a fingerpicking song I’ve been playing for many years. I titled it that because it reminds me of the course of my life. The ups and downs, all the friends and family. Ones I’ve lost who I miss greatly. Places I have traveled thoughts and feelings. It encompasses everything. Sometimes […]
Dedicated to my wife Karen and our children Brendan and Zoe. It has been a life’s dream to write songs and an amazing journey. To go from writing songs at home to the manifestation of recording and seeing them come to life is so rewarding. I want to thank Cliffdale Delbridge, my guitar teacher for suggesting […]