Scott Murray Musician
Musician from the Shenandoah Valley

Scott Christopher Murray

Scott moved to Nashville in the early 1990's. While there, he opened for Emmylou Harris, Bruan Bowers, Goose Creek Symphony and Suzy Bogguss. He also shared the state with Willie Nelson, Lyle Lovett, Shelby Lynn, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Kathy Mattea and Henry Gross. Scott was named Grand Prize winner at the Gumtree Folk Festival, and was a regular performer at Townes Van Zandt's bar in Nashville.

Before leaving Nashville and returning home to Virginia, Scott wrote and produced the songs on his second album, "Short Stories." Two of these songs were selected by Virginia-based DCD Records in 1998 to appear on a compilation of Shenandoah artists. -
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Scott Christopher Murray: Short Stories

Scott Christopher Murray - acoustic guitar, vocals
Dean Salyn - piano, backup vocals
Richard Carter - drums, percussion
Ron Delavega - cello, fretless bass
Jack Pearson - electric guitar
Bo Deloach - acoustic guitar

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My songs are a moment in time for me, snapshots taken late nights in living rooms, warehouses and studios all across Nashville. It has always been my desire to tell stories and paint pictures with the words and music I write. These short stories are from my heart and hands. " - Scott Christopher Murray

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