Singer-songwriter Ray Scott, perhaps best known for his 2005 album My Kind of Music, has signed to Kinkead Entertainment Agency for booking.
Scott, signed to deciBel Nashville, is currently promoting his self-titled album and the single “Ain’t Always Thirsty.”
Kinkead Entertainment also represents Ray Stevens, Bill Engvall, and Kyle Cease, among others.
“Throughout my booking career I have represented some of the great singers in country music (Waylon Jennings and Johnny Cash, to name a few) that stylistically made a mark in the country music industry,” said Bob Kinkead, President/Owner, The Kinkead Entertainment Agency. “Ray Scott reminds me a lot of those great icons with his unique sound and style. I am excited to get to work with and rep Ray as his exclusive agent.”
As a songwriter, Scott has penned songs including “A Few Questions” (Clay Walker) and “Pray For The Fish” (Randy Travis). He was previously signed to Warner Bros. Records in 2005, where he released three singles, including “My Kind of Music,” “Gone Either Way,” and “I Didn’t Come Here To Talk.” He then released three projects on Jethropolitan Records from 2008-2014.
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