Marlee Scott

Marlee Scott (born January 1, 1986 in Richmond Hill, Ontario[1]) is a Canadian country music singer and songwriter. She now resides in Nashville, Tennessee. In 2004, Scott was the winner of Corus Entertainment's Rising Country Superstar Challenge, which led to a record deal with 306 Records and the release of her first album, Souvenir, in 2005. That album saw four singles released to country radio, and her video for "I Fall in Love Too Fast" received airplay on CMT.

Marlee Scott
Born (1986-01-01) January 1, 1986 (age 35)
Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada
OriginSt. Albert, Alberta, Canada
GenresCountry
Occupation(s)Singer
Years active2005–present
Labels306 Records, Big Ride Entertainment
WebsiteOfficial website

Scott signed a new management deal with Big Ride Management in February 2008. Big Ride Management is headed by Gerry Leiske, who previously managed Emerson Drive, and is based in Nashville, Tennessee. She released a new, self-titled album in November 2008, on independent record label Big Ride Entertainment.