Marlee Scott is set to release her first full-length album, Beautiful Maybe, with Big Ride Records on Tues., June 19.
Nearly a year in the making, Beautiful Maybe is comprised of 12 tracks produced by David Kalmusky. Her 2011 single, “Beautiful Maybe” is included on the album along with her current single, “Train Wreck,” which features guest vocals from Vince Gill. Allen Morgan remixed a dance version of “Train Wreck” available at iTunes.
Contributing songwriters include Desmond Child, Sarah Buxton, Blair Daly, Marcus Hummon, Hillary Lindsey, and Troy Verges, among others. Scott co-wrote two titles, “Kiss of Coming Home” and “I Love Hating You.”
“Beautiful Maybe is something I am so proud of,” says Scott. “I really feel like I have come into my own on this project musically.”
Scott recently performed the national anthem and an acoustic set at the Chicago White Sox/Boston Red Sox baseball game in Chicago and is scheduled to perform the song again on ESPN at the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. She also appeared at an Unbridled Eve Gala in conjunction with the Kentucky Derby in Louisville.
Beautiful Maybe track list:
“I Love Hating You”
“I Won’t Love You Anymore”
“I’m Not Your Baby Anymore”
“Let It Rain”
“Planet Of Your Own”
“Rhinestone In The Rough”
“Crazy For You”
“Kiss Of Coming Home”
“Life Is Not A Movie”
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