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“Stunning.”  The Detroit Free Press

“Exquisitely crafted.”  Ann Delisi, WDET-FM 101.9

“He means it.”  The MetroTimes

These are just some of the accolades Jeff Scott has received from the metro Detroit press since he reemerged into the music scene in 2009 after a 17 year hiatus, the recognition driven by Jeff’s unique, soulful voice and finely wrought original music.

Now, Jeff is releasing “Nola to New York,” a 10-song album three years in the making, a celebration of pop, jazz, easy listening, soul, and even Broadway sensibilities featuring Jeff’s sophisticated melodies and lyrics supported by the incredible musicianship of Duane Allen Harlick, Tony Jaworowski, Dave Hendrickson, Dan McCann, Mark Heckert, Skip Pruitt and more.



“If the last album was ‘The Long Way Home,’ ” Jeff says, “then these new songs on ‘Nola to New York’ are proof-positive that I finally made it there.  And it’s been worth the trip.”

The first single, “Sanctified Man,” was released April 9 across all digital platforms.  Listen and buy here: 

Nominated for 2011, 2012 and 2014 Detroit Music Awards, Jeff has been seen and heard on all major Metro Detroit radio and television stations and in publications such as Hour Detroit, The Metro Times, The Detroit Free Press and others. His comeback story–a near brush with stardom, a retreat into a business career, and his subsequent return to making music more powerfully and artfully than ever before–has captured the attention of many.

But most importantly, Jeff’s songs and voice truly touch listeners and audiences, bringing added depth and meaning to their lives.