Scott Joyce is an American pianist, organist and producer from Waco Texas. Born March
26, 1968 Scott grew up in an ever-changing musical and cultural environment since
his father was in the Air
Force. He moved every 4 years or less. By the time he was 21 Scott received an associates
degree in audio engineering from McLennan Community College and toured in local bands
in the Waco area. Scott transferred to Belmont University in 1989 and received a
Bachelors degree in
Commercial Music with emphasis areas in Arranging and Composition and Music Business
in 1992. From there Scott hit the road. Currently Scott plays for Curb recording
artist Steve Holy. Scott has played for Kenny Chesney, Jo Dee Messina, Chad Brock,
Andy Griggs, Blake Shelton, Laura Bell Bundy, James Otto, Sarah Darling, Jimmy Wayne
Scott wrote a song with Blake Shelton called "Love gets in the way" which was on
the "Blake Shelton's Barn and Grill" record. Scott also got to play on the recording.
He has several indie cuts including cuts by Lisa Manning, Devon Nickoles, and a jingle
by The City of Nashville for the
Nashville Star commuter train. Scott also speaks at songwriting seminars nationwide.
He continues to write, perform and record in Nashville where he lives with his wife
and 2 daughters.