Americana artist Scott McClatchy and his band have worked nationally with acts as varied as Steve Earle, John Hiatt, Confederate Railroad, The BoDeans and Little Steven. McClatchy also performed acoustically with artists including T-Bone Burnette and Corey Glover (Living Colour). McClatchy left his native Philadelphia for New York City to join forces with Scott Kempner and Manny Caiati of The Del Lords. In 2000, McClatchy and Kempner paired up as artist and producer on McClatchy's debut CD "Blue Moon Revisited." He followed that up with the CDs "Redemption" and "Burn This." McClatchy then partnered with Nashville songwriter and producer Billy Lee and released his fourth CD "A Dark Rage." McClatchy and Lee have also co-written songs for the Nashville market. McClatchy has just started rehearsals for CD #5, this time, with a 10-piece band that will include a full horn section.
McClatchy has toured extensively since releasing his last CD. He has traveled as guitar player for Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member Dion ("Runaround Sue") and with Dave Kincaids of The Brandos. McClatchy's songs can be heard on the soundtrack of the independent film "God, Sex & Apple Pie," which won the award for Best Picture at the 30th Parallel Film Festival. And more recently one of McClatchy's songs, "Take a Walk with Me," was performed in its entirety to close out an episode of the TNT TV show "Rizzoli & Isles."
For more information visit www.scottmcclatchy.com.
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