Scooter Brown Band Shares New Tunes With ‘MusicRow’

Scooter Brown Band. Photo: Haley Crow

Red River Entertainment’s Scooter Brown Band visited MusicRow on Wednesday (Oct. 11) to share music off their Sept. 8 release, American Son. The album features Charlie Daniels, whose longtime manager David Corlew manages the 5-person group.

“It is refreshing to see someone doing it like the old days,” said Corlew. “Playing 150 dates a year without a bus, working hard to build a name.”

Bob Frank (BFD) producer Casey Wood (Randy Travis, Charlie Daniels), and Steve Lassiter (APA) round out the band’s support team.

Of the 13 tracks on American Son, lead singer and Colorado native Scott Brown has writing credits on 12, only because a cover of Charlie Daniels’ “New York City King Size Rosewood Bed” rounds out the listings.

Pictured (L-R): David Corlew, Scooter Brown Band, and MusicRow‘s Sherod Robertson. Photo: Haley Crow

Brown was in the Marine Corps and served in Iraq in 2003 when a buddy helped him learn how to play the guitar and expand on the songwriting he dabbled with in high school. After trying his hand in the Texas music scene, Brown met Corlew, who brought him more into the Southern states, where their music has most resonated, said Brown.

Two members of the group visited, sampling “Story Of My Life, and “Never Met A Heart I Wouldn’t Break” and the title track, “American Son.”

Scooter Brown Band with MusicRow staffers. Photo: Bev Moser

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