- 1. Louis Scott - Turning my head south (2012 live demo) 1.45 222 plays
- Download track Go to track Louis Scott - Make your mark on the eve of something beautiful (2012 live demo)2. Louis Scott - Make your mark on the eve of something beautiful (2012 live demo) 4.00 293 plays
- 3. Louis Scott - Hold you (2012 live demo) 2.38 293 plays
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Hiya peeps :) I'm Louis Scott, I've been playing music since I a wee laddy and I love nothing more than writing music and playing it to people. I draw inspiration from the people I meet, the sounds I hear, the sights I see and sometimes even the smells I smell! I feel music in me and I could never stop.
I'm currently based in Nottingham but play all around the country and am trying my hardest to make a living through my music. If you happen to come and watch me at a gig you'll witness me singing my heart out and trying my best to quiet audiences with a raw, honest, soulful sound...reminiscing about being a human in a world full of things and other humans! Although I've been playing a while I feel like I'm only starting out these last couple of years and hope to carry on learning about music, getting involved within different genres/ playing with other artists.
Nusic - "an all-time fave at Nusic will warm us all up on a cold autumn night. His voice is undeniably hypnotic, he’s just so charasmatic."
Will Robinson (I'm Not From London) - "The soulful sound of Louis Scott and his guitar, a spellbinding songwriter in the vein of Joni Mitchell and John Martyn but clearly a real talent in his own right, one to watch and most certainly one to listen to"
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hmm some of my favourite artists- Joni mitchell, john scofield, john martyn, pat matheny, erykha badu, busta rymes, Bob marley, a tribe called quest, q tip, bilal, jill scott, ella fitzgerald, sarah vaughn, nina simone, billy holiday, JOHN COLTRANE, chaka khan, birelli lagrene, marvin gaye, most old motown soul stuff n funk, tracy chapman, freestyle fellowship, barrington levi...the list goes on and on...