Nation blues singer/guitarist Scott Ainslie was inspired to take up electric guitar when he heard the blues musician John Jackson play in 1967. He also underwent formal music schooling, nevertheless, graduating from Washington & Lee School using a B.A. in music theory and structure in 1974. In his profession, he combined executing with academic function in music background, including several teaching applications and his publication, Robert Johnson/At the Crossroads (1992). He made an appearance on albums by Tom Chapin (So Fine to GET BACK, Sign up for the Jubilee) within the middle-’90s and released his debut single record, Jealous of the Moon, through Cattail Music in 1995. It had been accompanied by Terraplane (1998), You Better LAY DOWN (2002), The Feral Crow (2005), and Thunder’s Mouth area (2008). Ainslie also composed songs that made an appearance on albums by Chapin, Ross Kennedy & Archie McAllister, and Fishing rod MacDonald within the first fifty percent of the 2000s.