Alyssa Scott teaches us the power of love with “Where Does It Go”

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Raw, captivating, and truly powerful!

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Singer-songwriter Alyssa Scott is an independent country-pop artist that reflects dreamy vibes, storyteller lyrics, and a country/bohemian style.

She moved to Minneapolis, MN, from Fargo, ND, where Alyssa received a degree in Vocal Performance from McNally Smith College of Music. After school, she has continued to pursue her career in music by fronting and touring with many cover bands such as Scarlet County, Skewed View, and Shirts ‘N’ Skins to name a few. Alyssa then received the opportunity to be a Burning Hills Singer in the Medora Musical in Medora, ND, which she pursued for two years.

She now resides in Nashville, TN where she continues to write, record,
and perform as Alyssa Scott.

She has performed on some of the top stages in Nashville, from her weekly residency at Lucky Bastard’s Saloon, City Winery, and more. Alyssa has recorded with multiple Nashville producers, including Greg Strizek, Joel Jorgensen, and George Alexander showcasing her abilities in the studio. Scott won a round of Nashville Rising Song in 2019, and opened up for Chris Young in Fargo, ND July of 2021.

Start streaming “Where Does It Go” right here:

Rating: 5 out of 5.

This latest, introspective single from Alyssa Scott, “Where Does It Go,” ponders the question surrounding the nature of time and how it inevitably will pass us by, often without us even realizing it until it’s happened. Aside from the ponderable theme of the song, Scott’s vocals are also an experience you don’t want to miss.

Her wispy, yet powerful voice immediately surrounds you from her first note.

This level of captivation is hard for many to achieve, but Scott has made it seem effortless. As this song emphasizes, the most important thing in life is to enjoy the moment, and value the time we have with our favorite people and favorite places while they – and we – are still around. 

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