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Earl Scott
Born:  September 9, 1936

Earl Scott, a native of Youngstown, Ohio, was the brother of Jack Scott, another wll known entertainer. He was called "Scotty". His brother Jack got him interested in the guitar which they say was as common as the 'kitchen stove' at their home.

When he was 18 years old, his family moved to Albuquerque, New Mexico. His brother Jack and Richie Johnson helped him get a contract to record three records with the Decca label. But, those records only had mediocre success. In 1962, Dave Kapp signed him to a contract with the new Kapp records label. He got his feet wet with Kapp on the charts with a tune called "From a Jack To A Joker To A Clown", then followed that up with "Then A Tear Fell that was backed with "Save A Minute" that reached the Top 10.

Earl was a native of Youngstown, Ohio and a recording artist on the Kapp label in the early 1960s. His hit back then was "Then A Tear Fell" backed with "Save A Minute". But he still wasn't satisfied.

So, in 1963, Shelby Singleton of Mercury Records took him under his wings and they released "Loose Lips" b/w "Guess I'll Never Learn". That record got him a lot of attention.

Earl got to make a few guest appearances on the WSM Grand Ole Opry. He was also invited to appear on Ernest Tubb's Midnight Jamboree at his record shop. He at one time was affiliated with the Wilburn Brothers and Don Helms' Wil-Helm agency.

His taste in stage clothes got him featured in a national magazine.

Credits & Sources

  • Cowboy Songs No. 74 (June 1964); American Folk Publications, Inc.; Derby, CT.

Appearance History This Month
 
March 9, 1968

Denver, CO

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Recordings
 
D
Rec. No. Side Song Title
  1189 A Mean Old World
  1189 B Tonight's The Night For Love
  1194 A Life To Go
  1194 B I'm Feeling No Pain
  1200 A Lonesome Whistle
  1200 B Salvation
 
Decca
Rec. No. Side Song Title
  31931 A Wandering Boy
  31931 B I Feel A Fool (Walking In My shoes)
  32009 A Tearin' My Head Up Again
  32177 A G.I.
  32177 B Daddy's Dead


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