Scott Taylor is a Washington, D.C.born soul and rhythm ‘n’ blues singer, songwriter who has been singing since he was six years old when he sang with his youth choir. In additional to his professional accomplishments, Scott still sings with a gospel choir to this day. His influences include Bobby Womack, Donny Hathaway, Marvin Gaye, Al Green, Tina Turner, and Martha Reeves.
Scott recorded backup vocals for artist Dolos’ track Night So Right. His first solo effort, Sweat the Night Away was recorded with Harmsway Records. He sings tracks on the album The War Path, a collection of hiphop songs against crack cocaine that includes ‘Spread Love’ and performs in jails and rehab centers with Doug Williams of the Redskinsfootball team.
With Back Beat Records, Scott recorded Not So Far Away, a club/house number one hit in the UK, and Don’t Turn Your Back On Me. Scott has also collaborated with Cover Girls, Joyce Sims, Little Louie Vega, and Barbara Tucker of Strictly Rhythm Records.
Scott is also the lead vocalist for Electrofied Blues Band under Marva Records with their most recent album entitled Bad Case of the Blues. Arecent solo single That’s How I Get Down, is distributed by JMD Records and INgrooves, a partner of Universal Music Group.
Scott Taylor made his debut recording for Fetal Records with Something on the Another Way and Home CDs and the Mouse Trap Law and Order single.