Where Does It Go Alyssa Scott
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Singer/songwriter Alyssa Scott is an independent country/pop artist that reflects dreamy vibes, storyteller lyrics, and a country/bohemian style. She has performed on some of the top stages in Nashville from Alley Taps, to The Row, Belcourt Taps, Johnny Cash's Saloon, Nash House Saloon, Nudies, Tootsies and many more. Alyssa has recorded with multiple Nashville producers Greg Strizek, Joel Jorgensen, and George Alexander showcasing her abilities in the studio. Scott won a round of Nashville Rising Song in 2019, and opened up for Chris Young in Fargo, ND July of 2021.

In 2021, Alyssa had three singles on Spotify that reached over 100,000 streams. She released her debut acoustic album called Ten Years in September of 2021. In addition to her performances as a solo artist, Alyssa Scott is also a member of the all-female cross-genre group ElectraQueens. ElectraQueens (formerly known as The Highway Women) released their single “Walk Away” on May 6th, 2022, which was written by Tony Luke, Jr. and Joe Callari, and produced by Joe “The Butcher” Nicolo in Philadelphia, PA.


The group has also collaborated with The Bacon Brothers (Kevin and Michael Bacon), on an upcoming single “Let Me Happen” and a cover of “You Are Everything” with Kathy Sledge of “Sister Sledge” fame. The group has a tour planned for the fall and winter of 2022, and they will be releasing more original music in the coming months. ElectraQueens have been featured in Rolling Stone India, COWGIRL Magazine, and more.