Hitting a local studio in Knoxville Tennesee (his hometown), Scott began to develop his style. Six months after he started playing, he began recording original songs. During that time, he also played the local scene in Knoxville for a couple of years till he had finished high school. Scott gained a great local fanbase, but felt there was more out there for him . So Ludwig packed up his things and hit the road to Los Angeles.
Ludwig quickly found out that music was his calling as he began playing shows throughout LA and hooking up with local musicians. He even became a regular at the well known Rainbow Bar & Grill in Hollywood where he would later meet many of his biggest musical influences and rise to new heights with a freash fanbase in Southern California. While living In Los Angeles, Ludwig got together with songwriter/producer Erik Scott Smith to write and record his latest album " The Sunday Morning L.P ." The album took about a year and a half. We didn't want to slack off on the recording process just to sell a couple of CD's. We really wanted to capture my heart on tape" say's Ludwig. After spending over a year In LA.
Scott felt like it was time to move back to Tennessee. When moving back home, Ludwig began getting radio play immediately and was soon on the lips of the music industry's elite. Currently, Ludwig is living back in Los Angeles touring and pushing his music in hopes to increase his fanbase nation wide. His sound has grown immensely on the internet through Myspace Music, and he is regularly one of the top indie artist on the site. "This is a journey. My journey. And I will fullfill my destiny in whatever way that is possible...no matter how hard or long the road is" says Ludwig.
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