IndieCast Radio Spotlight: Scott Wilcox

Posted: February 20, 2013 in IndieCast Spotlight

Scott Wilcox grew up a disc jockey’s son moving from town to town, up and down the dial.  His music is an eclectic mix of his stories and experiences.  He learned to play drums at 7, piano at 12, and picked up a guitar somewhere along the way.  His genre of music is called americana blues, which is an acoustic mix of country, rock, folk, and blues.  The American blues is often called a crossover genre, which are becomming very popular in contemporary music today with aritsts like Bruno Mars, Mumford and Sons, and Bon Iver. Scott believes that crossover music is just the natural progression of the creative songwriting process.

Scott has appeared on the Oprah Winfrey Lifeclass Show, local news stations like WXOW 19 – La Crosse, WI, Sly in the Morning Madison, Mix 96 – Tomah, WI and many more.  Scott has had his song Kickapoo Valley play on Wisconsin Public Radio’s Simply Folk Program, he has won the 2012 Bob Dylan “Dylan Days” Songwriting Competition, he qualified as a finalist in this year’s Big Top Chautauqua Songwriting Competition and has played music for senators, legislators and even a governor.

Listen to his singles “Holiday Road” and “Germany in ’43” now on IndieCast Radio.

More information on Scott Wilcox, plus links to buy his music, can be found at


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