Scott DeCarlo left his position as a police sergeant in New Jersey (after 16 years of service) and moved to Nashville to pursue the dream of a career in music. His musical style has been described as “energetic, accessible and authentic.” This sound is evident on his second single at radio “I See Trouble Comin’.”
“I See Trouble Comin’” was written by David Lee Murphy, Chris Young and Ira Dean. The song is a pure country rocker. Strong electric guitars an a pulsating drum pound on this amped up number which fits his big voice perfectly. The song is about a guy who simply can’t get out of trouble’s way, especially when it involves a female. The way Scott delivers the introductory “oh boy,” you can actually foresee the trouble comin’.
“How come the light at the end of a tunnel is always a train
When I’m waiting on a cool breeze I get a hurricane
Blonde hair blue eyes why can’t I just run and hide
Lord it’s a shame I see trouble comin but I can’t get out of the way”
Scott plans to release a full length LP in 2014.”I See Trouble Comin’” is available now HERE via Amazon or iTunes.