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Scott Smith Single Review | Beat Magazine

There’s more to this band than just Smith. He is the singer/songwriter genius behind the music and lyrics, but he has an excellent band giving his music that full sound. Some of the amazing talent that he works with include classical and rock violinist David LaFlamme, backup singer Vickie Randall, keyboardist Spencer Burrough, saxophonist Paul Branin, and trombonist and horn arranger Mike Rinta.

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Scott Smith – Single – I Will Love You Review | NoDepression

Californian singer/songwriter Scott Smith is proving that good old fashioned Americana is alive and well in 2018 with his new single “I Will Love You,” an epic sampling from his forthcoming extended play Igniting The Flame. Keeping in stride with his previous output, Smith doesn’t try to weigh down this new track with unnecessary frills or bravado; instead he lets us soak up all of the freewheeling, spacious folksiness that makes his signature sound so inviting and unique. I had the fortune of being able to check out “I Will Love You” ahead of its June 15th release date, and I found it to be one of the more poignant entries in Smith’s catalogue, particularly in how it demonstrates his tremendous growth as an artist.

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http://nodepression.com/album-review/scott-smith-releases-new-single

Scott Smith Single – I Will Love You | Review GASHOUSE RADIO

With an easy going strum of a set of barley-blowing, golden strings, Scott Smith eases us into his new acoustic love song “I Will Love You,” a carefree slice of heaven hot off of his new summer release Igniting the Flame. Dedicated to his wife, Smith joyously illustrates a heart-warming picture of his affections and devotion to the woman he’s spending his life with, and along the way gives us some incredible melodies to swing to. Anyone who’s ever truly been in love can relate to the playful, rollicking nature of “I Will Love You,” the beat not dissimilar from the sweet pitter patter that all of us feel when we meet someone special to our hearts.

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http://gashouseradio.com/2018/06/scott-smith-i-will-love-you/

Scott Smith | I Will Love You Review IndiePulse Music Magazine

BAY AREA AMERICANA COUNTRY ROCKER SCOTT SMITH FOLLOWS HIS BLISTERING, CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED EP ‘IGNITING THE FLAME’ WITH TWO FRESH TRACKS THAT SHOWCASE A MORE ROMANTIC AND POETIC SIDE OF HIS ARTISTRY.

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https://indiepulsemusic.com/2018/06/14/scott-smith-reveals-new-music/

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10 Questions Indie Music Interview

Igniting the Flame

Scott Smith is an Americana Rock artist out of California. Scott has a passion for powerful music that lifts your spirits and gets you moving. Inspired by the early origins of American music, Scott takes an Americana sound and adds elements of blues rock to create something fresh. His most recent project ‘Igniting the Flame’ is a stand-out example of his passionate work.

 

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https://www.indiemusicinterviews.com/single-post/2017/10/19/Scott-Smith

Fantasy Studio Pictures

Having a great time down at Fantasy Studio’s

These are picture’s of Julie Wolf (my producer) Alberto Hernandez (the engineer)

and Vicki Randle ( the backup singer).

Too much fun!

 

 

Back up Session with Vicki Randle

I had the great opportunity to work with Vicki Randle last night at Fantasy Studio in Berkeley.

She was performing the back up vocals for my next release Igniting the Flame due out this October.

She currently is a back up singer for Mavis Staples. I asked her if she would be okay with taking some footage

while she performed and she said sure. While taking the pictures I checked with her to make sure it

wouldn’t be to distracting, she said ” heck no, I was on TV for 18 years”. I said oh ya what show?

She said the Tonight Show. I thought whoa!  I remembered you, they would feature you from time to

time. So I looked into her more and found this video of her performing a duet with George Benson on

the last show with Tom Snyder way back. Needless to say, she did an amazing job on back ups.

This was my Twenty Feet from Stardom moment. Although she is a star.

Thanks Vicki!