b. 1913, Lexington, Mississippi, USA, d. 1983, Chicago, Illinois, USA. Playing electric guitar, Scott developed a local reputation along with his music group, the Blues Rockers, which he shaped around 1948. In 1951, the Blues Rockers, including vocalist L.B. Lawson, guitarist Charles McLellan and drummer Robert Fox, documented a small number of edges for fledgling Sunlight Records however the business employer, Sam Phillips, didn’t discharge them. In the middle-80s, those neglected Sun Records edges, ‘Can’t Like Me And My Cash As well’, ‘Scott’s Boogie’, ‘Flypaper Boogie’ and ‘Got My Contact Credit card’, finally made an appearance on the 1985 LP bundle that was reissued on Compact disc by Charly Information in the middle-90s. With no backing, or certainly the eye of, a saving business, Scott’s career hardly ever really became popular and he proved helpful mainly being a sideman through the 50s and 60s before drifting from the radar of also the most assiduous blues aficionados.