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Interview with Marlee Scott

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Born in Richmond Hill, Ontario, Marlee Scott's family moved to St. Albert, Alberta when she was 6 years old. Shortly after her cross country move, she discovered her strong desire to perform, first with ice-skating lessons, then with flute lessons...almost. Upon arriving at her first music lesson at age 7, her teacher remembers, "Marlee's mom had called to schedule flute lessons for her. When it came time for Marlee's first lesson I asked her, 'So, you want to play the flute?' She smiled at me and pointed to a pink electric guitar that I had in corner and said, 'No, I want to play that.'" Fast forward: Marlee moved to Nashville permanently in the summer of 2007. She eventually caught the attention of Gerry Leiske (a fellow Canadian), the president of Big Ride Entertainment. She was signed to Big Ride and released a self-titled album which features the popular single, "Yesterday, Today And Tomorrow" - the song is up for a Canadian Radio Music Award in the Country category at this week's Canadian Music Week. Marlee joins me on the show to talk about her music career, her album and her latest projects including her new song (and video), "Here To Heaven".

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