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Scotty continues to not disapoint!

Finally an album from this man! I have been a fan of his song writing for years and I'm thrilled there is finally an album he can call his own. If this single is any indication of what's to come, I can't wait for more. I just hope there's a "bus song" or two. He is off to a great start!

More Great Work

I love all the work he has done with Toby Keith and was so excited to hear his new singles and can't wait for a whole album! This song is so funny and true. I love the Tex Mex spanish he throws in. His other single "The coast is clear" is great easy listening beach music. I can feel the warm sun on my face and hear the surf. The way he tells stories you feel like you are right there sitting on the bar stool hearing him say "What is up with that?"

For Scotty

You have already PROVEN yourself to us!! We have been with Toby since the beginning...and we four women, Donna, Michelle, Melissa, and Michele, have watched you grow in the most professional and fair way!! Congrats and keep writing!!!!! P.S. Please make sure these fellas get the following message .....Hey Milo, Kirby, and Jason..."Scoobbbbby Dooobie Doooo" !!!!!! Donna Cooper, Northern Kentucky


Born: July 11, 1973 in Hollywood, FL

Genre: Country

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

b. 11 June 1973, Hollywood, Florida, USA. Emerick played guitar from the age of six and before he reached his teens was working professionally as a performing artist. Raised in Vero Beach, Florida, after leaving school, he briefly trained as a fireman before deciding to move to Nashville, Tennessee, where he eventually was hired as a songwriter. With Bryan White he composed some songs that were taken up by Sawyer Brown, among them the mid-90s country hits ‘I Don’t Believe In Goodbye’, ‘Round Here’...
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