Long before "country was cool", Lois Scott has been entertaining audiences across the US and Canada. Between Lois and the band, these "Seasoned" musicians have been performing their special style of country music for over 30 years. Lois was born into country music. Her father, the legendary "Ramblin' Roy Scott" of the world famous country music theater, WWVA Jamboree, in Wheeling, WV, took Lois on stage at the age of 8 years old. In the 70's Lois formed her own country band, "Back Up and Push". This very popular Pittsburgh based band and Lois traveled the country for almost six years. Playing everything from county fairs, honky tonks, to the major arenas and state of the art music theaters. Lois became very popular working as "opening act" to some of Nashville's biggest and brightest stars of the 70's and 80"s. Some of the stars Lois worked with were: The Oak Ridge Boys, Merle Haggard, Ricky Nelson, Loretta Lynn and Tammy Wynette - just the name a few. Lois and "PUSH" recorded 3 single (45 rpm) records, and one album. Road life took a toll, and Lois came back home to Pittsburgh for a much needed musical break and to "re-invent" herself. In the mid 80's, Lois teamed up with her two beautiful sisters, Jan and Lori, to form vocal country group, "HARMONY SCOTT". The trio was so popular that they landed a TV spot on the Nashville Network television show, "You Can Be A Star". The girls made it into the "semi-finals". From that national TV appearance, they caught the eye and ear of WWVA Jamboree musical director, Zane Baxter. Almost immediately Harmony Scott was hired - once again - Harmony Scott at Jamboree in the Hills 1986as "opening act" to the most famous Nashville stars appearing on the Jamboree. Some of the Nashville greats the girls opened up for were: Kathy Mattea, Eddie Rabbit, Steve Wariner, Dwight Yoakum, Neal McCoy, Roy Clark, Loretta Lynn......and for almost one year, the girls worked along side of a (very young) and now very famous, "BRAD PAISLEY"! He was also a Jamboree "regular". Lois is very proud of her association with the Pittsburgh Steelers. In the mid 80's, Lois was hired by the Steelers organization to sing The National Anthem "live" at Three Rivers Stadium. Lois sang the Anthem for the Steelers off and on for over two years. In 2004 Lois started working on her new CD - revamping her country roots. The title of the CD is "YOUNG", named after a song written by Pittsburgh-Nashville songwriter, Dave Hanner. Dave is also the record producer on Lois's long awaited country/alternative CD. At 50 years old, there is no slowing Lois down. With the release of her new CD, Lois hopes to "rekindle" her career - once again and continue to work clubs/theaters around PA and beyond.