Scott Gold

Scott Gold

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Scott Gold is not the average singer/songwriter. Focusing on upbeat lyrics and catchy melodies instead of the “woe is me” clichés generally seen with singer/songwriters, Scott Gold has created a unique niche within the genre. www.scottgoldmusic.com

Biography

Scott Gold is not the average singer/songwriter. Focusing on upbeat lyrics and catchy melodies instead of the “woe is me” clichés generally seen with singer/songwriters, Scott Gold has created a unique niche within the genre. Following in the footsteps of artists such as John Mayer and Matt Nathanson, Scott Gold has created an intimate bond with his fans, and his natural charisma draws new fans in almost immediately.

Born in Northern Virginia, Scott Gold has been playing music since he was a toddler. He began to write songs at the age of ten, and by the age of 17 he had been recognized for his work. Scott’s original composition Stranger Things was awarded the Award of Excellence in the regional Reflections Contest in Virginia, after receiving the top honor in both the George C. Marshall High School and district competitions.

After moving to Atlanta, Georgia to attend Emory University, Scott Gold began to make a name for himself in the Atlanta music scene. Playing at such venues as the Somber Reptile, the IF Coffee House and Eddie's Attic, Scott’s fan base started to expand. He is also beginning to make a dent in the Washington D.C. scene, playing at the IOTA Bar & Grill, The Old Brogue, and Jammin' Java.

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Lyrics

Here Again

Written By: Scott Gold

And so we’re here again
Something to amuse you by
But I’m walking out the door and
The pain will be no more and
I want to make you cry

I’m down to my last string
I want to make my way home now
But your being’s locked me in and
You’re starting to begin and
I feel like I could die
So tell me

Who’d complain
When you say
“Honey just once more tonight”
And as you melt into my arms
And I stare out towards the stars
You scream my name

Been sleeping at my place
You’re getting to content now here
But you havn’t got a clue and
You’re so wrapped up in you and
I shouldn’t be surprised
But tell me

Who’d complain
When you say
“Honey don’t put up a fight”
And as I make my way downstairs
And your hands flow through my hair
You scream my name

Its ok to wonder
What its like to be my love
But the way things are going
And the way I’ve been feeling
You’re not even close

I’m building up my walls
Your not coming near me tonight
And I give you one last kiss and
It’s me that you will miss and
You break down and cry
But tell me
Who’d complain
When you say
“Honey lets make it all, all right”
And as I walk away from you
I let you know the truth
You scream my name

Discography

Sometime Soon LP (June 2004)

Set List

A typical setlist is anywhere from 10 to 20 songs. Some frequent covers are Howie Day's "She Says", Pete Yorn's "Lose You" and Radiohead's "Airbag".