Scot Sax, whose formative influences include Bob Dylan, David Bowie, Fleetwood Mac and the Beatles, has been writing songs since he was 13. Since, he’s toured (Opening for Robert Plant/Alison Krauss “Raising Sand Tour”, The Who, and co-wrote Grammy-winning song. His latest album, “Drawing From Memory” was inspired by his own drawings. The album got some help from The Netherland’s newbie Judy Blank as well as Nashville’s Aaron Lee Tasjan.
“You can never predict what’s going to make you happy. You have to be open to change.” No one understands this more deeply than Suzie Brown, the Nashville-based singer-songwriter who is also an Advanced Heart Failure/Heart Transplant cardiologist at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Her late-blooming musical career has now yielded five albums, a succession of songwriting awards, featured placement of her music at retailers like Starbucks and the Gap, and invitations to TEDMED and other conferences around the country.