Where it all began
Raised with mid-western charm in Clinton, Indiana, Abbi Scott has always had a passion for music. Growing up on traditional country and classic rock legends like Martina McBride, Trisha Yearwood, Tesla and Motley Crue, Abbi has cultivated her own unique southern-rock sound over the years.
Abbi began singing at the age of seven, taking lessons and performing in vocal recitals. After winning a singing competition at age eight, Abbi knew she had found her calling.
Chasing a Dream
Throughout her teenage years, she continued to play for live audiences at county fairs, sporting events and other venues across the country. Abbi has opened up for several of country music’s biggest stars, including Luke Bryan, Lee Brice, Dierks Bentley, Confederate Railroad, Cole Swindell, Dustin Lynch, Josh Thompson, Jana Kramer, Trick Pony, Bucky Covington, Maggie Rose and more.
Abbi moved to Nashville, TN in 2014 to study under some of the most talented songwriters in the business. In 2015, she released her first three singles – Flying, Got My Own Shotgun, and Yesterday’s Daisies. After playing countless shows, including CMA Fest, Abbi released Love Wasn’t Ready for Me, co-written by Eric Paslay, in 2016.
In 2018, Abbi graduated from Lipscomb University where she served as the school’s CMA ambassador, following the footsteps of Dustin Lynch, Thomas Rhett and Kelsea Ballerini. Inspired by renowned musicians like Amy Winehouse and The Beatles, Abbi has recently been writing and recording new music with well-known producer Sal Oliveri.
With the help of her mentor, Julian Raymond, Abbi has transitioned her sound into the edgy rock star vibe she’s worked so hard to attain. “I’ve never felt more myself than I do now. I’ve learned a lot from being in Nashville and I’m so ready for this next chapter of my career.”
Abbi continues to play famous venues across the country, proving her tireless dedication to the music industry has not gone unnoticed.
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«I have never been nervous performing on stage – it just comes naturally to me,” Abbi explains. “The stage is home to me. I love to entertain, which goes hand-in-hand with singing and songwriting. I love being in front of people and making them happy with my music.»