Clinton, Indiana native Abbi Scott has said her favorite song she’s written is “I’ve Got My Own Shotgun”. She co-wrote it with Phillip White (Rascal Flatts, Reba McEntire, and Scotty McCreary) Think young Miranda Lambert when you listen.
Abbi teamed again with Phillip who produced last year’s single “Flying” (written by Josh Jenkins, Geoff Ice, Denton Hunker, Joshua Wilkerson, and Jamey Ice of Green River Ordinance).
Abbi has also recorded the powerful “Yesterday’s Daises” (written by Amber Leigh White)
From a young age, she knew what she wanted. With her family’s backing, she entered singing competitions, and learned to play guitar and piano.
“I have been performing music for as far back as I can remember. I always knew I wanted music to be my life and never really thought about doing anything else. I started singing as soon as I could talk and begged my parents for singing lessons! I didn’t sing at school, but I did sing the national anthem at ball games and traveled to perform on the weekends. Initially, my family may have thought I was crazy, but they have been awesome and have supported me every step of the way.”
Raised on country music – her mom’s favorites included Dixie Chicks, Martina McBride, Garth Brooks and Miranda Lambert – with a side of 80’s rock – her dad’s favorites included Motley Crue and Poison, Abbi has a unique sound.
“I think my sound is all my own and can’t really be compared to anyone. I think it is like if all of those artists I mentioned had a baby….my sound is what you would get!”
She has opened for some of country’s biggest acts (Luke Bryan, Dierks Bentley, Cole Swindell, Dustin Lynch, Maggie Rose, Lee Brice). Her fan base continues to grow.
“The fans are so important to me because I wouldn’t be where I am without them. I am very grateful for the fans and cannot thank them enough for all that they do for me.”
Her latest single, “Love Wasn’t Ready For Me”, was co-written with Eric Pasley (“She Don’t Love You”, “A Song About A Girl”, “Less Than Whole)”. This song will hit home for many fans. Memories of a summertime love when you’re 17 …
“He’d wait all week to pick me up Friday night”
“running on attitude and gasoline”
“September came with a kiss goodbye”
“made promises we could never keep”
“I was ready for love but love wasn’t ready for me”