Scott Malcom, a native of rural Georgia, is a singer/songwriter/performer now living in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Scott's earliest musical training was in the church, and his debut album, 'Shine,' retains a soulful feel reminiscent of days gone by. 'Shine' is a collection of songs from his live show at The Mosaic, a piano bar in Milwaukee's East Side. Scott chose favorites of the audience for his first release including 'You're Still Here' and 'Genealogy.' At age 12, Scott began his formal piano training in the small town of Social Circle, Georgia, and 3 years later was studying piano with a world-renowned pianist at the University of Georgia. Classical piano was always a love of his, and his training is evident in the challenging 'Wild Winds Blow' and 'Lazarus.' His debut album covers a wide range of emotions, from the desperation of 'Substitution' to the giddy optimism of 'Look Out.' 'Genealogy,' addresses memories of the deep South and their effect on his life today. During his performances in Milwaukee, the audience laughs, and the audience cries. Listeners have said that listening to Scott Malcom perform live is like taking a musical walk through your own past. One listener said 'the songs are honest, and they relate to everyone somehow.' Though the music is sometimes funny and sometimes excruciatingly painful, it is a legitimate and there for all to enjoy.