Scott caught the music bug at an early age-February 13, 1964 to be exact-and just like every other nine year old who was watching the Beatles on Ed Sullivan that night, he fell in love with the guitar. During the 70's Scott's home town of Tulsa was a hot bed of musical talent. Eric Clapton and Freddie King's bands were both based in Tulsa as was Leon Russell's Shelter Records. Influenced and electrified by the British Invasion bands, moved by the sounds of Motown and touched by the soulfulness of the Rhythm and Blues music coming out of Memphis, it wasn't long before Scott started his own band.
In 1977 he began touring with Jessica James (Conway Twitty's daughter) and by 1981 "Gatemouth" Brown had plucked up this emerging, energetic guitar player to play Rhythm in his band.
Ellison became acclimated to the life of a musician on the Road and found that he loved it. He watched and learned a great deal from playing with Gatemouth. "What impressed me so much was not only his musicianship - he was a big influence on my guitar playing", Ellison says," It was his energy. He just had so much fun doing it. I told myself I want to have fun like that when I'm doing my own thing." A move to LA in the mid. 80's found Scott playing and touring with the likes of The Box Tops, The Shirelles, J.J. Jackson, The Drifters, The Coasters and Gary "U.S." Bonds.
By the 90's Scott had formed his own Blues Band and opened up shows for such legends as Joe Cocker, Roy Orbison, The Fabulous T-Birds, Leon Russell, Bobby Bland and Buddy Guy. Throughout his career Scott has been a prolific song writer and has composed and released numerous CD's. Cold Hard Cash, produced by Dennis Walker of Robert Cray fame, all songs written by Scott and Dennis proved to be a highly successful CD. His CD's Live At Joey's, Chains of Love, Bad Case of the Blues and Icestorm have also been well received. All of his songs reflect Scott's love for the Blues and his talent as a writer.
 Classic Rock
The House Is A Rockin - Stevie Ray Vaughn
You Really Got Me - Van Halen
Start Me Up - The Rolling Stones
Sunshine Of Your Love - Cream
Brown Eyed Girl - Van Morrison
Honky Tonk Woman - The Rolling Stones
I Shot The Sheriff - Eric Clapton
How Sweet It Is - James Taylor
Wonderful Tonight - Eric Clapton
Knockin' On Heavan's Door - Bob Dylan
Sharp Dressed Man - ZZ Top
Suzie Q - Creedance Clearwater Revival
Old Time Rock 'n' Roll - Bob Seager
Tube Steak Boogie - ZZ Top
Come Together - The Beatles
I Won't Back Down - Tom Petty
Running Down A Dream - Tom Petty
Glory Days - Bruce Springsteen
Nadine - Chuck Berry
Mona - Bo Diddley
I Heard It Through The Grapevine - Marvin Gaye
Papa Was A Rolling Stone - The Temptations
I'll Be Around - The Spinners
Just My Imagination - The Temptations
What's Goin' On - Marvin gaye
Adult Contemporary
Unchain My Heart - Ray Charles
Georgia - Ray Charles
I Can't Tell You Why - The Eagles
Rainy Night In Georgia - Tony Joe White
In My Life - The Beatles
Here There and Everywhere - The Beatles
Heavy Cloud, No Rain - Sting
You Wreck Me - Tom Petty
Magnolia - J.J. Cale
Play To Win - Al Green
The Best Of My Love - The Eagles
Burning Down The House - The Talking Heads
Family Affair - Sly and the Family Stone
Groovin' - The Rascals
Memphis Soul
Mustang Sally - Wilson Pickett
Let's Stay Together - Al Green
Tired Of Being Alone - Al Green
Hold On, I'm Coming - Sam and Dave
Dock Of The Bay - Otis Redding
Funk Dance
I Feel Good - James Brown
Shaky Ground - Delbert McClinton
Papa's Got A Brand New Bag - James Brown
She Dropped A Bomb On Me - Th Gap Band
Use Me - Bill Withers
Fame - David Bowie