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Scott Anthony Andrews

Scott Anthony Andrews is a Prairie-Maritime singer-songwriter—land and sea. Musical genres include Adult Contemporary (AC) Pop Jazz, and AC-inspirational. Scott Anthony released his third CD, I Don’t Do Lazy Like That (2017-Oct soft-release) to critical applause

“Andrews shines at his best when performing upbeat contemporary pop tunes that feature a jazz flair …the tight rhythm section and swelling horns allow for Andrews vocals to soar!” (Gerrod Harris, Canadian Beats Media March 1, 2018).

Mastered at Carvalho Studios in TO, the CD was produced at Cosmic Pad Studios in Saskatoon by Ross Nykiforuk. Ross also produced Scott’s previous two CDs, “Faith is a Bicycle”(2013) and “Courage Walks with Us” (2014), as well as his Christmas single, “I Still Say Merry Christmas” (2015). Lazy Like That features some of Saskatchewan’s finest musicians Rich McFarlane (acoustic and electric guitar), Gent Laird (stand-up & electric bass) and Glenn Ens (drums); Ross also played organ. Lazy Like That is being played on Indie and College Radio stations across Canada; indeed, the show All about Jazz on CKOL in Ontario devoted an entire show to the CD! Scott Anthony created this collection inspired by the prairies “Running Away with the Stars”, by the East Coast “Jazz on the Harbour”, by Central Canada “Musoka”, by First Nations art, by Orlando “Light a Candle for a Dance” and, of course, by love “I Don’t Do Lazy Like That,” “Isn’t the Reason Why You Came?,” “And I Wanted To”…Scott has even written a song about yoga, “Wisdom is Waitin’ on Me.” Several songs have videos produced with Crushed Rockets videographers, including one that features Mr. Shea Usick who performs some awesome yoga feats in Wisdom; Theodore Tugboat even makes an appearance in the video “Jazz on the Harbour.”