Rhone Scott is comprised of Waters Rhone & Danny Scott, two Dallas/Ft. Worth based songwriter/producers. We have been writing together since 2002. We write songs in numerous genres, from country to rock, from pop to Sinatra style torch songs.

We produce all our material using some very talented musicians and singers. We
invite you to give us a listen. We welcome your comments. Thanks.

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Influences

Danny Scott:
Beatles, Depeche Mode, a-ha, Crowded House, Gary Allen, Kenny Chesney, Chris Isaac,
Michael Rhone:
Tom Waits, Sting, Randy Newman, Jackson Browne, Don Henley, Leonard Cohen

Bio

Danny Scott and Michael Rhone have been close friends for many years. They wrote only one song together before 2002. In August of that year Michael was asked to write some new country songs by a country artist. He called Danny for help and together they discovered that the friendship chemistry translated to songwriting. They wrote almost 50 new songs together in the next 14 months. It took anly about a week for songs like "Just Beer Me" and "Big Dog and the Little Man" to reach the top of Broadjam's charts. Currently "Just Beer Me" is #1 in 8 catagories including #1 on earth!

  • Member Since: 2004
  • Last Login: over 30 days ago

Comments

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Sharon Cantor
over 30 days ago to Rhone Scott

You cannot write about something until you feel the situation. Only then can you judge the lyrics.



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Cameron Earnshaw
over 30 days ago to Rhone Scott

Hey Rhone. I think you and I have spoken on the phone before. Thanks for review of my song Ten Years Ago Today. I'm also pretty dialed into Music Row as I'm there every other month and have about 1/2 dozen songs published now, so I think I know a little about Nashville too. The score you gave my song was by far the lowest score that song has received in a year and a half and eleven reviews. In fact, its average score was 46.1 and it was #4 in the overall Broadjam country charts until your review. Not to say that your not entitled to your opinion, but I have to disagree with you about lyrics being more important than melody. You've got it backwards. Melody grabs the listener, lyrics keep their interest. I've got plenty of songs in my catalog with GREAT lyrics (thanks mostly to my regular co-writer) but none of them so far have scored higher with listeners than this song. I'll agree that the lyrics are not world-class on this song, but it has heartfelt emotion that resonates with listeners, and I think that's more important to a country song than just about anything else.

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Buc Williams
over 30 days ago

Sounds like we all got the same review. The "dialed in" part anyways. I lived in Nashville for six years and hosted a TV show called "Writers Night". I hung out with Grammy winning producers and award winning writers. Granted, that was in the early 80's, but I've still got a few phone numbers that I'm "dialed into" also!



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Steven Howell
over 30 days ago to Rhone Scott

Thanks for the review of my song. I can see that you're "dialed into Music Row" and that you have a keen insight for that "powerful lyrical content" that you felt my song lacked. I just listened to one of yours: "Red on my neck, gun in my rack , hey, hey, hmm, hmmm." With all due respect, you need to take hard look at your self and your own work. This is not a slam b/c of your review, but people like you need to realize a grading system when you give a song less than 50%. That's ridiculous, especially from just another novice.

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Buc Williams
over 30 days ago

Well Said!

Cameron Earnshaw
over 30 days ago

Just took a listen to Stone Country. He's got a point Rhone!



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