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Scott Richmond / Bio

Scott Richmond is a Canadian musician and singer-songwriter based out of Regina, Saskatchewan. His soulful take on folk-country and rock and roll has been capturing the attention of listeners everywhere. Known for their high-energy and dynamic live shows, Richmond and his band have been performing throughout Western Canada, the United States and South America since the release of his debut album, Come What May, in the spring of 2014, notably showcasing at BreakOut West 2014 and Folk Alliance 2015

Richmond’s musical stylings draw heavily on the country music of his rural Saskatchewan youth, but are also influenced by his years spent travelling throughout Latin America and the Southern United States. Come What May has reached the Top 20 on multiple folk and roots charts, was named the #1 country/roots album of 2014 in the Winnipeg Free Press, and has received radio play on more than 60 independent and commercial radio stations across Canada.

Recorded in Nashville, TN with producer/engineer Gabe Masterson at EastSide Manor Studios, the album features an array of musical luminaries, such as Colin Linden (Blackie and the Rodeo Kings, Bob Dylan), Kris Wilkinson (Bruce Springsteen, Neil Young), and Kim Morrison (Lynyrd Skynyrd, Ray Charles), and has been described as “stunningly compelling” by Kerry Doole of Exclaim! magazine and as “a truly outstanding release” by Keith Sharp of Music Express.

General Info

Band Members
Scott Richmond - Vocals, Jeremy Sauer - Keyboard, Kristan Couture - Fiddle, Johnny Javier - Guitar, Michael Paul - Bass
Artist Name
Scott Richmond
Profile Page
Americana / Folk Rock / Country

Contact Info

Regina, SK, CA

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