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Published on May 29, 2012
BigRide recording artist Marlee Scott with video #5 in her "I Love This Song" series playing Eric Church's Springsteen on a bus with her bandmates. The song is written by Eric Church, Jeff Hyde and Ryan Tyndell, and is on his third studio album, Chief.
Marlee's 2012 single TRAIN WRECK is now on radio and the music video can be seen on CMT.com and VEVO/Youtube. The song is available at iTunes and Amazon. Train Wreck was written by Marcus Hummon (Rascal Flatts, Dixie Chicks, Tim McGraw), Jedd Hughes (Patty Loveless, Josh Gracin) and Sarah Buxton (Keith Urban, Dierks Bentley), with Country superstar Vince Gill contributing backing vocals to the track.
"Canada has had a great history of some of the best music I have ever heard," said Vince Gill. "My wish for Marlee is to be part of that rich history."
Producer Hummon stated: "Marlee is kind of a dream artist for a writer/producer because she has a lot of courage in choosing her material to record. There's nothing 'safe' about Marlee, and there is far too much 'safe' out there. She comes into the studio prepared vocally, but also prepared emotionally, with a strong sense of the story she is telling."
Marlee's enchanting 2011 single Beautiful Maybe was released to U.S. radio June 2011. The song was co-written by chart-topping Nashville songwriters Marcus Hummon (Rascal Flatts, Dixie Chicks, Tim McGraw), Tia Sillers (Dixie Chicks, Pam Tillis, Lee Ann Womack) and Tania Hancheroff and produced by producer/engineer David Kalmusky (Journey, Emerson Drive, The Wilkinsons)"
The music video for Beautiful Maybe was directed by Wes Edwards (Jason Aldean, Trace Adkins, Adam Gregory, Krystal Meyers, Danny Gokey, Fireflight, Josh Thompson, Thompson Square, etc http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oz3i_A...
About Marlee Scott: The talented Marlee Scott is originally from Alberta, Canada and now lives in Nashville. The Bigride Records recording artist was nominated for the CCMA "Rising Star" award in 2010 and performed live at the awards ceremony along with Terri Clark, Johnny Reid and Gord Bamford. The show was aired on CBC and CMT Canada. To her knowledge, Marlee is not related to Hillary Scott of Lady Antebellum.
Youtube: Marlee's other channel "Marlevision" can be found at: http://www.youtube.com/MarleeScott - which gives her behind-the-scenes and "on the road" accounts of her journeys and productions.