Singer-Songwriter Greg Scott, winner of NBC’s Songland Season 2 has a powerful way of channeling his reflective message and passion into pop anthems. His winning song “Miracle” was chosen for pop recording artist Bebe Rexha and is to be used as the theme song of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics Games; alongside co-writer/producer Ryan Tedder of OneRepublic.
Greg’s love of performance came from his father—a performer in his own right. Born and raised in Chico, CA, as a child Scott, grew up in rehearsal spaces and production studios. Greg’s first big-break came ahead of his high school graduation where he was asked to perform with multi-platinum recording artists K-Ci & JoJo and a featured artist on The Platters Motown Review tour. Shortly after, he moved to SF where he became a respected staple of the Bay Area scene performing with the likes of Tower of Power, Lenny Williams and Narda Michael Walden. Also, mentored by the great Roberta Flack. Flack compared him to the legendary Donny Hathaway and flew Greg out to sing for her music school for underprivileged youth based in NYC.
Currently, Scott lives in Los Angeles, California with his wife Sarah and two sons. He’s now creating music with producers like Ryan Tedder of OneRepublic, Lucas Banker and Rob Kleiner.