b. 1982, USA. Scruggs’ mom is normally Nashville singer-producer Gail Davies. His grandfather, from whom he had taken his stage name, was observed country superstar Earl Scruggs. At age 11 he started playing electric guitar and 2 yrs later, today playing bass electric guitar, joined up with a punk rock-band. At 14 he was surviving in Britain where he begun to assemble all of the many musical affects he had noticed as a little kid, which coalesced using the noises he was hearing being a mid-teenager. By enough time he was 15 he previously returned to the united states and produced a music group, the Hoptown Tigers, using a college friend in Nashville. The music group performed semi-professionally in Nashville and Scruggs also used rockabilly vocalist Rosie Flores. Along with his mom, Scruggs appeared on the Grand Ole Opry. In 2001 he became a member of BR5-49, initial on bass and, after Gary Bennett quit, on electric guitar and business lead vocals. In 2003, Scruggs released the limited model record Honky Tonkin’ Life style. He continued to be with BR5-49 until early in 2005 when he made a decision to develop his single profession, leaning towards up to date rockabilly.