Making Music in Nashville

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (February 2016) – Country/Americana artist Scott Coner (second from right) celebrates the completion of a Nashville recording session with fellow music industry professionals at Studio 515 in Berry Hill. Joining Coner for the session were (from left) guitarist Mike Waldren, guitarist Jake Widenhofer, keyboardist Dane Bryant, drummer Sean McDonald, engineer/producer Logan Schlegel, engineer Trever Golden, and Lynyrd Skynyrd background vocalist Carol Chase. Coner, who has recorded songs with Tanya Tucker, T. Graham Brown, and Charlie Daniels, plans to release a new album in spring 2016. The project will feature original songs and classic covers in country, Americana and classic rock. Scott's single "Maybe She Lied", a duet with Tucker on Reedy's Dream Records, hit number one on the United Kingdom's Hot Disk Top 40. A recent video of the song has been downloaded on Facebook almost 250,000 times. Other songs, including "Sanibel" (a duet with Brown) and "Reedy's Dream" (with vocal and instrumental contributions from Daniels) have been heard on terrestrial and online radio stations around the world. Also an emerging author, Scott recently penned the book "Lynyrd Skynyrd: Ronnie Van Zant and Me" with Gene Odom, a survivor of the Lynyrd Skynyrd plane crash. To learn more about Scott Coner or to download his songs and videos, visit,, or (Photo by Cynnamae Media Productions)


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