Scott Aycock, Tulsa singer-songwriter and local radio host and producer of the popular "Folk Salad" radio program, Celebrated the release of his second CD, "Foxhole Radio" in 2010.
Scott has been writing, singing and performing songs for 25 years. He won first place in the 2005 Ozark Mt. Folk Festival songwriting contest, and 3rd place in the 2006 International Billboard Songwriting Contest. The 1st place win was for the song "Ballad Of Frank Dean" off his 2000 debut CD release, "Pennies On The Track" and the 3rd place win in the "rock" category was for "Thousand Headlights", a song that is just now being released on his 2010 CD release, "Foxhole Radio".
The new CD features 12 original songs written and sung by Scott, who plays acoustic guitar throughout. When asked about the band, Scott smiles and says, "well for this project I didn't have a band of my own, so I did something I had been wanting to do for awhile and brought in some of my favorite Oklahoma musicians, spanning generations and musical genres to help me flesh out these songs." Scott added, "the making of this CD is in line with our mission on "Folk Salad- Certified Organic Music", in that we are trying to make folks aware of the rich diversity of great musical talent we have right here in our own state. This CD "Foxhole Radio" is just another way to spread that message. Counting myself, there are 25 Oklahoma musicians that lent their talent to this project."
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|Love of a Woman||99¢|
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|Train's Coming To Take Me Home||99¢|
|Hold On To What I Have||99¢|
|The Ballad of Frank Dean||99¢|
|I Saw Elvis||99¢|
|Poor Boy's Dream||99¢|
|We're All In This Together||99¢|
|The River Runs||99¢|
|Lay Me Down||99¢|
|Love Among The Ruins||99¢|
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|Mabel And Jo Eddie||99¢|
|Wondering What Tomorrow Will Bring||99¢|