Dorothy Scott's music reminds us of something primal, spiritual, beautiful and healing. Her music will cure your ills with it's lyrical compassion, calm your soul and send you on a world crusade of hope.
Possessed of a striking emotive vocal style and known for her daring and uncompromising performances, singer/songwriter/guitarist Dorothy Scott has emerged with a new CD
"RESTLESS MACHINERY," on Pumpkin Records.
Produced by Rebecca Martin (Once Blue) and David Seitz (Prime CD), Dorothy is accompanied by drummer Brian Blade (Joni Mitchell, Bob Dylan), bassist Larry Grenadier (Pat Metheny), horns Peter Kiesewalter (Jane Siberry), and background vocals Susan McKeown (Chanting House)
The record, "RESTLESS MACHINERY" WAS CHOSEN AS #1 in local favorites "Chart section" in Rolling Stones Magazine June 2002.
Often compared to Joni Mitchell, Van Morrison, and Neil Young; Dorothy's style and sound remain uniquely her own. Dorothy dares the listener to think with songs that are as intellectually stimulating as they are emotionally empathetic. While her albums have featured soothing, ultra-melodic, arrangements, Scotts lyrics have reflected a universal theme in poetry, love and nature.
Dorothy grew up in Dunbarton, NH and moved to NYC where she first took up residency at Caf'e Sine in East Village. She continues playing to her following of devout fans around NYC at venues including Fez, Joe's Pub, The Living Room, and Mercury Lounge. She has toured Ireland, Sweden, and Canada with her first CD, "Into The Natural," which sold over 10,000 copies independently. Along her travels, Dorothy has shared the stage with artists Carole King, Jeff Buckley, Joan Armatrading, Joan Osborne, and The Frames.
For more information on Dorothy Scott's performance schedule, check out her website: