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Scott Oatley is a studio singer, multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, and producer with an undeniable knack for melody and style. His pure, strong and colorful voice has opened up the door to collaborations with some of the world’s most renowned musical artists and has been featured on a wide range of esteemed projects for film and television.

Since his very first recording session at Capitol Records in 2008, Scott has enjoyed consistent work as a musician in the Hollywood scene. As a vocalist, he has worked with A-list composers, including Michael Giacchino, Danny Elfman and John Debney. He has been a part of blockbuster soundtracks for films such as La La Land, Jurassic World and High School Musical 3, and has appeared on and off-camera for hit TV shows like The Voice, Black-ish and The Righteous Gemstones.


Scott recently graduated from Berklee College of Music’s inaugural Master’s program at BerkleeNYC where he specialized in Songwriting and Production. While in New York, he worked closely with his Grammy and Oscar-nominated friend, Will Wells (Imagine Dragons, Cynthia Erivo, Anthony Ramos). Scott has also enjoyed mentorship from two Grammy-winning producer legends, Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins (Beyonce, Justin Bieber, Sam Smith) and Mike Elizondo (Encanto, Twenty One Pilots, Carrie Underwood).

As an artist, Scott is gaining momentous recognition for the songwriting and performance skill demonstrated by his pop solo project, Vân Scott. In 2021, he released his debut album Almost Gone and was later named the Grand Prize Winner of the USA Songwriting Competition for his single, “What’s Coming Next?” Presently, he is poised to break out on a larger scale with the release of his sophomore album, Songs I Never Wrote (AWAL / Oat Brand Music) in early 2024.

Scott has also seen notable success as a member of the alt-pop duo, Lord & Lady. His arrangement of the group’s “La La Land Medley'' exploded on YouTube in 2016, amassing almost 6 million views before eventually being featured at the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympic Games.

Scott currently resides in the Los Angeles area, but frequently visits New York and Nashville for writing and performance opportunities. Sincere and true to himself, Scott’s journey has only just begun. He hopes that his own music encourages others to embrace who they are, and to be their best self. 

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