Singer, Songwriter, Musician, Producer, Publisher, TV Host

Mike Scott is celebrating 42 Years as a Professional Entertainer.  Band Leader, Singer, Songwriter, Producer and Current TV Host Has Been Performing Professionally Since the Age of 10.  View our news page to read more.


Mike’s New Video 8/5/14

Mike’s  NEW (Instrumental) Music Video

“Where The Soul Of Man Never Dies”   

 from his latest project on Rural Rhythm Christian




 It is Here.……Mike’s Latest Project

Mike Scott & Friends  “The Old Country Church” 

Instrumental Gospel Favorites

June 23, 2014 (Nashville, TN) — Banjo Master Mike Scott is seen by millions of

TV viewers each week during prime-time on RFD-TV, (60 million households),

performing with Ronnie Reno & The Reno Tradition on RENO’S OLD TIME MUSIC

SHOW. Country, Gospel and Bluegrass fans also enjoyed Scott’s stellar banjo

playing for many years as a member of the Virginia Boys who backed Bluegrass

legends Jim & Jesse during the 80’s.

THE OLD COUNTRY CHURCH is the fourth album release by MIKE SCOTT on

Rural Rhythm and his second gospel title for Rural Rhythm Christian following 

the 2011 release of TAKE ME LORD AND USE ME.

Mike Scott RR Release The Old Country Church 6-23-14









Nashville, TN (September 17, 2013) – Rural Rhythm recording artist Mike Scott has added several performance dates in Japan to his already busy schedule in 2013.


Recently, Scott and his band performed for a Civil War Antiques and Relics event in Pigeon Forge, TN in August in support of his new CD album “Home Sweet Home (Civil War Era Songs)” released on May 21st of this year.  Plans are in the works for many more performances at key historic Civil War sites over the next two years, throughout the remainder of the 150th year anniversary of the American Civil War.


Scott is seen by millions of people each week performing in Ronnie Reno’s band The Reno Tradition on Reno’s Old Time Music show airing on RFD-TV Saturday nights at 7 pm eastern.  Scott is also the host of the television series Behind The Dream TM which airs on BlueHighways TV.

And now Scott can add music ambassador to this year’s schedule of events, as well as, his previous international tours to Canada, Europe, the United Kingdom, Africa, and

numerous performance tours in Israel.


In 1979, 1981, and 1983 groups of Hendersonville, Tennessee area residents visited Tsuru, Japan as members of mission teams from Bluegrass Baptist Church. Tsuru families opened their homes to these American guests and friendships were formed.  After an exchange of gifts and correspondence, the two mayors—Michimasa Takabe of Tsuru and T. W. Patterson of Hendersonville—proposed that a sister city relationship be formalized. A delegation from Tsuru visited Hendersonville and on May 18, 1983 the sister city affiliation became official. Both cities organized Tsuru-Hendersonville Friendship Committees to oversee and coordinate all ongoing activities and visits of adults and youth.  Since 1983 official delegations from both cities including mayors, other government leaders, Friendship Committee leaders, host families, representatives of numerous civic groups, teachers, and other citizens have visited the other city on a mutually agreed-upon schedule.


The Japanese Exchange and Teaching Program (JET) has provided life-changing experiences for four of Hendersonville area students who visited Tsuru on exchange trips since 1998.  JET enabled each of them to live and work in a culture other than their own, which in turn opened doors of opportunity for them upon their completion of the JET experience.


A delegation including 13 adults and 8 students representing four schools will go to Japan September 29 through October 7, 2013 with the primary purpose of being ambassadors for Hendersonville at the celebration of 30 years of friendship with Tsuru.


On Sunday, September 29, Scott and several other talented musicians including; Craig Duncan, Billy Smith, Marilyn Smith and Peggy Duncan from the Hendersonville, TN area will go to Japan and perform at a National Festival with the primary purpose of celebrating 30 years of friendship with Tsuru.

While in Japan Mike will be visiting with the media promoting his current Rural Rhythm titles including “Blue Moon Of Kentucky (A Tribute to Bill Monroe)” released January 11, 2011 and “Take Me Lord And Use Me” released on February 22, 2011.


For more information on the Japan tour or Mike Scott visit mikescottmusic.com or ruralrhythm.com.




Media Contact:

615-740-5451 X222




Mike Scott Booking Inquiries – 615-230-6699 Mikescottmusic@bellsouth.net


Radio Contact:

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Rick Fowler











  Mike’s Latest Project

                       Release Date:

     *****TUESDAY May 21st, 2013*****

 You can receive an “Autographed Signed Copy” of Mike’s New CD upon purchase.



Rural Rhythm Records (2013)

Joining Mike on these 14 Instrumental Selections are awarding winning players Adam Steffey, Rob Ickes, Bryan Sutton, Aubrey Haynie, Tim Stafford, Mike Compton, Ben Isaacs, Jeff Taylor and Scott Miller.

The Girl I Left Behind Me (4:33)

Soldier’s Joy (3:50)

Bill Cheatham (3:22) 

Battle Hymn Of The Republic (2:23)

Home Sweet Home (3:50)

Ashokan Farwell (4:40) 

Swing Low, Sweet Chariot (2:57)

Turkey In The Straw (3:17) 

Banks Of The Ohio (3:10) 

Camptown Races (3:33) 

Bonaparte’s Retreat (3:47)

Buffalo Gals (3:28)

Angeline The Baker (3:29) 

The Battlefield (5:04) 


$15.00  (Order from the merchandise page)   Thanks!

Rural Rhythm Records News Release: July 9, 2013

Mike Scott & Friends “Home Sweet Home” – “Album Of The Week” …
Deep Roots Magazine…See Link below:


NOTE: Please note that Mike’s review continues throughout complete article, including lots of information about his project and the song selections, as well as the history of the Civil War.
Also…audio clips of Mike’s project are displayed through out the review.
Thanks to you all for all your support! 

Cd Available here at Mike’s website: www.mikescottmusic.com
and everywhere music is sold!