Scott Stepakoff

Scott Stepakoff

Scott Stepakoff is a singer/songwriter from Atlanta, GA who has written songs in Nashville since 2004. Prior to that, Stepakoff lived in Los Angeles where he spent six years as the lead singer and guitar player of popular rock band Turtle Grove. Stepakoff signed with Black River Publishing in 2015 after prior deals with Ten Ten Music Group and Sony ATV. Over the years, he has landed cuts with top artists such as Tim McGraw, Kelsea Ballerini, Jake Owen, Brandy Clark, Kip Moore, Craig Morgan, Dylan Scott and Walker Hayes, among others. Stepakoff is an extremely versatile writer and a truly masterful lyricist. He has a unique ability to grasp an artist’s story and vision and then craft colorful and interesting lyrics that say something meaningful about that artist. While he spends most of his time writing with and for other artists, Stepakoff has released several songwriter album projects showcasing his amazing abilities as a vocalist. According to Stepakoff, his prime objective is to "always deliver a song in a soulful and truthful way.”

For reference, here are some of Scott’s discography highlights in recent years:

“Mary Was The Marrying Kind” (single for Kip Moore)

“It’s Your World” (released by Tim McGraw)

“Square Pegs,” “Looking At Stars” and “Underage” (co-written with and released by Kelsea Ballerini)

“Everybody Dies Young” (released by Jake Owen)

“Love Can Go To Hell” (co-written with and released as a single by Brandy Clark, nominated for Grammy for Best Country Solo Performance)

“Back” (released by Dylan Scott)

“Living On Memories” (co-written with and released by Craig Morgan)

“When I Get To Drinkin” (co-written with and released by Brandy Clark)

“Dollar Store” (co-written with and released by Walker Hayes)