The American country music artist gives fans a first listen to “Honky Tonk Heart.”
Country music artist Ray Scott is no stranger to Music Row. After starting his first band at 19 and attending the Music Business institute in Atlanta, he relocated to Nashville and proceeded to write two chart hits — “A Few Questions” (recorded by Clay Walker) and “Pray for the Fish” (recorded by Randy Travis). He then signed with a major label as a singer.
You could say he’s been there and done that.
Now Scott’s charting a path as an independent artist.
Marking his transition from a major label to an independent artist, Scott penned the catchy full-blooded cowboy tune “Honky Tonk Heart.”
“This is my life,” Scott says. “And it’s an ode to all the other troubadours out there grinding it out on the dark highways, taking the people real country music they can get excited about.”
With bold electric-guitar riffs and a restrained percussion line, the song really showcases Scott’s vocals, his Southern drawl shining front and center.
Get an exclusive first listen to “Honky Tonk Heart” below.
For more information on Ray Scott and his upcoming tour dates, visit his website. His Honky Tonk Heart EP will be released on March 1 and is now available for pre-order through his Pledge Music page: http://pmusic.co/3gedBY.