Scott Ellison

"THE ELEVATOR MAN"

In Stores May 12, 2015

He doesn’t sing as much as he growls the blues.
— axs.com
Ellison is a prolific songwriter, and his work reflects influences from the British Blues Invasion, Motown, and Memphis rhythm and blues.
— Blues in Britain
Ellison shares with the listener a deep, soulful blues experience that showcases his multi-dimensional talents.
— Chicago Blues Guide
In short then, one to look out for…
— www.bluesinthenorthwest.com
...sings a bit like a dustbowl Howlin’ Wolf and plays guitar like Old Scratch from the corner of Highways 49 and 61.
— All About Jazz
“Oklahoma guitar man Scott Ellison is out to take no prisoners with his new release Walkin’ Through Fire on JSE Records. This strong fifteen song set is a dance party disc meant to get listeners up on their feet. Each tracks features Ellison’s fiery fret work and raspy howl , who at times sounds like a mix of Delbert McClinton meets Bob Dylan...Walking Through the Fire is a fine collection of rockin’ blues, and soul from an under the radar artist.”
— The Washington Blues Blog