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 Vonnie Scott—Biography                                           

 

Singer/Songwriter Vonnie Scott aspires to reach a broad audience with her message of love, hope, and optimism, while offering up stirring, gritty vocals, take-notice guitar work, and lyrics to touch every listener.  

Armed with a strong faith and a voice that scoffs at conventional limits, the Indiana-born artist started making waves in the Hoosier state, singing lead and back-up for various local bands. At the same time, she was providing vocals for jingles and other studio projects, honing her songwriting skills, and finishing a music degree from Butler University in Indianapolis.

In 1998, Vonnie uprooted to Southern California to enjoy the sea, the sun, and the LA music scene. After 6 years of singing and playing in the LA clubs and coffee-houses, performing both her originals and fronting the Heart Tribute band, "Barracuda", Vonnie and her family decided to head back to the Midwest. There she and her husband, Cliff, started Scottie Dog Music, a recording/rehearsal studio in Bloomington, IN.   

Back in sunny SoCal as of summer 2009, Vonnie is performing her originals as well as covers in the LA and Orange County venues.  She also leads worship for various church ministries in the LA and Orange County areas.  

Vonnie, her husband, Cliff, and son, Rex, have also moved Scottie Dog Music to Brea, CA as of January 2014.  Vonnie provides guitar and vocal instruction and Cliff and Rex provide recording services at the studio.  (check out www.scottiedogmusic.com).

Vonnie Scott has just released her fourth album:  "Come Clean: Expanded Release".  It features all original songs reflecting her life, love, and faith. She invites you to join her for a time of unforgettable music, voice, and love.