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Beautiful Maybe - Marlee Scott 
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Train Wreck - Marlee Scott 
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Here To Heaven - Marlee Scott 
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Let It Rain - Marlee Scott 
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Wish You Were Here - Next 2 You / Marlee Scott 
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Springsteen - Marlee Scott 
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Marls Bars  - Marlee Scott 
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Bananas  - Marlee Scott 
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Race Day Treats - Marlee Scott 
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About Marlee
As a teenager, Bigride Entertainment artist Marlee Scott knew she was born to be a singer. The only problem, she would discover, was that young Marlee was expecting to fulfill that destiny before she was even old enough to drive! 

“I remember always wanting to be a singer,” says Marlee. “When I was fourteen years old, every night before I went to bed I would tell myself that I would be a recording artist by the time I turned fifteen. It didn’t happen quite that fast, though!” she laughs. 

Born in Richmond Hill, Ontario, the Scott family moved to St. Albert, Alberta, when Marlee was only six years old. It quickly became evident which direction her musical career would take. 

Marlee spent her childhood and early teenage years learning guitar and taking vocal lessons, but it turns out that it was a chance car ride with some of her friends that led her back to her affection for Country music.  

"Country music has always been a part of me,” Marlee says, “but around the time I was sixteen, I was listening to a lot of Pop music on the radio. I remember riding around in the car with my friends one day, and a song we didn't like came on the Pop station, so we switched it over to the Country station. Alabama’s 'Mountain Music' was playing. We liked the groove, so we left the radio tuned to Country. I guess we just never changed it back!"

Scott moved to Nashville in the summer of 2007. She spent months writing writing and recordingt, which eventually caught the attention of veteran industry executive Gerry Leiske. Leiske was intrigued by Scott's natural ability as a singer and songwriter, and in 2008 he signed her to a management deal. Under Leiske’s guidance, Marlee released her self-titled sophomore album, establishing a solid foundation for her developing career in the States.

“By the time I recorded my album Beautiful Maybe, I had grown up a lot,” Marlee reveals. “I had experienced love and heartbreak; I moved to Nashville, away from my family and friends and made a new life for myself in Music City. I was so much more comfortable in the studio at that point, and I think you could hear a new maturity in my music.”

Produced by David Kalmusky and penned by accomplished songwriter Marcus Hummon, the album’s first single is the shimmering “Beautiful Maybe,” an up-tempo gem with a positive spirit and message that fittingly reflects Marlee’s personality. Following her first release Train Wreck, an edgy fun tune hit the airwaves as well as CMT with her spunky video filmed by award winning director Roman White (Taylor Swift's “Fifteen”, Blake Shelton's “Hillbilly Bone” Lady Antebellum's “Hello World). .

“I cannot wait to get out on the road and start playing my music for everyone!” she says, beaming. “There are parts of the U.S. that I’ve never been before, and I’m getting ready for my first official radio tour down here. I am so pumped to meet everyone at Country radio!”

“It's the storytelling and honesty of Country music that I was always drawn to,” Marlee says. “I hope people hear and identify with that on this album. Lyrically, these songs represent who I am more accurately than anything I’ve ever written before.”

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