Scott Davis

Film Producer

Scott Davis was born in Tennessee on January 11th, 1975 and is the Film Producer. At the age of 49, Scott Davis biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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January 11, 1975
United States
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Record Producer, Songwriter
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Scott Davis Life

William Scott Davis (born January 11, 1975) is an American songwriter, musician, and producer based in Nashville, Tennessee.

Davis has written for several publishing companies, including Acuff-Rose Music, Midas Records Nashville, and Word Entertainment.Davis signed his first publishing deal in 1998 and has gone on to win multiple ASCAP awards, including the 2008 Song of the Year.

Billboard named Davis the No. 6 Top Producer for the year 2007.

He also co-wrote the Broadcast Music, Inc.

Song of the Year in 2011.

and has been nominated for three Dove Awards.

Early life

Davis was born on January 11, 1975 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States. Davis was born into a musical family; his father played guitar and his mother played piano, sang, and wrote songs as well. Davis' brother, Andy Davis, is also musical and is currently the guitar player for The Band Perry and previously played for Jeremy Camp.


Scott Davis Career

Music career

In 1998, Davis signed his first publishing deal with Collins Music in Nashville, TN. Collins Music is home of music producer, Tom Collins, who has worked with Ronnie Milsap, Barbara Mandrell, Sylvia, Charley Pride, Steve Wariner, and many more.

Davis started his own publishing company, Life Of Rhyme Music Publishing, in 2001. Davis created this for his own personal catalog and publishing purposes. Life Of Rhyme Productions (a division of Life Of Rhyme) was created in 2005. Under Life Of Rhyme, Davis produced Jessie Daniels' self-titled album on Midas Records. Jessie Daniels featured three singles that appeared on music charts: "The Noise" (No. 2 Christian Radio Chart), "Everyday" (No. 1 The Top 5 chart), and "What I Hear" (No. 7 Christian CHR).

In 2007, Davis co-wrote and produced the hit single "Undo" by Rush of Fools with band members Wes Willis and Kevin Huguley. "Undo" was the most played song of 2007 on Adult Contemporary Christian Music radio stations according to R&R Magazine. It went to No. 1 for 7 weeks on Billboard and it was the No. 1 Christian song for five consecutive weeks from June 4 to July 2, 2007 on 20 The Countdown Magazine's charts. "Undo" was featured on the WOW Hits 2008 compilation CD. Davis also produced and co-wrote "Can't Get Away" with Rush of Fools which reached the Top 20 on the Christian Billboard charts. Billboard also named Davis the No. 6 Christian producer of the year in 2007.

In 2008, Davis won the ASCAP Christian Song Of The Year for "Undo" by Rush of Fools. Davis also won the ASCAP Song Of The Year in 2008 for "What Could Be Better" by 33 Miles. Davis was also nominated for three Dove Awards in 2008: Song of the Year for "Undo", Pop/Contemporary Recorded Song of the Year for "Undo", and Pop/Contemporary Album of the Year for Rush of Fools' self-titled album.

In 2010, Davis achieved Platinum status with his catalog. In January 2010, Davis achieved his biggest radio success yet when "What Faith Can Do" recorded by Kutless, which Davis co-wrote, went to No. 1 on the Billboard Christian chart for 8 weeks and remained in the Top 5 for 6 months. "What Faith Can Do" won BMI's Song of the Year in 2011. "What Faith Can Do" was also featured on the WOW Hits 2011 compilation CD.

Later in 2010, Davis was named the No. 10 Christian Songwriter of the Year by Billboard.

Scotty Davis is currently busy writing and producing, based in Nashville and working out of a variety of studios, including his own.


The sister of a woman who left her baby at home while shopping and then sold her dead son's clothes on Facebook has been charged with sex on a 15-year-old teen, September 15, 2023
Scott Davis (pictured left), 39, of Melksham, Wiltshire, whose sister Stacey was jailed for child cruelty, assaulted the child at night after reportedly threatening to walk her home to shield her from'sick' men. The former rugby player brought her down a windy lane, pulled her closer, kissed her on the lips as she assaulted her for about two minutes. Davis denied the offence at first, but was found guilty at Salisbury Crown Court on Wednesday. Since her baby Ethan (inset) died alone at home in June 2018, Davis' sister (right) is serving a two-year prison term.