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Interview with Nicole Scott

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Whether you’ve heard her singing with Toby Keith on his single “Drinks After Work”, or on her own single “Words”, one thing is for sure, if you've heard NICOLE SCOTT's voice, you will never forget it. Her fresh songwriting captures everything great about country music, powerful women, and young hearts. She creates a new sound when she adds her incredible vocal power and control. 

Nicole can be seen acting in Frankie Ballard's music video for his song "Helluva Life."

Hailing from a small town, this powerhouse has been travelling stages worldwide since she was ten, from Europe to Nashville, capturing the hearts of listeners everywhere. Through her teen years Nicole won contest after contest, opened for Country stars, and found herself on CMT, CITY TV, and on International radio, before the age of 21. She’s been called “the next Shania Twain” by CMT, and by the way she captures an audience, it isn’t hard to see why.

Nicole's debut Nashville album was produced by Alex Jarvis and features Nicole's songwriting on every track. She's one of six participants in the CCMA (Canadian Country Music Association) Discovery Program. The mandate of the program is to create a national program to support country music artists to reach their potential by providing educational, mentorship, networking, and exposure opportunities.

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