Scott Wyatt grew up around music and was influenced early on by Elvis Presley, later on by John Mayer, Johnny Cash, Eric Church, and Jason Aldean. In 2006 he began touring throughout multiple states through 2009. In June of 2009 Scott Wyatt teamed with Armed Forces Entertainment and went to play for the US Troops stationed in Honduras at the Soto Cano Airbase then played the 4th of July Celebration at the US Embassy in Bogota, Colombia. Upon returning to the states Scott took a hiatus from the music business. In 2010 he started up a band called Midwest Avenue and began playing shows in Illinois, in 2011 they won the Texaco Country Showdown in Illinois sponsored and were State Finalists. Wyatt is known for his high energy performances. In 2013 Scott Wyatt began his way into Nashville. After multiple writers rounds, demos, and recording sessions Wyatt began releasing his music to world and playing shows all over the Midwest. In 2014 and 2016 Scott Wyatt was nominated for Songwriter of the Year at the Nashville Universe Awards. July 2017 The Jackson Sessions was released, a live recording of a collection of stories in Jackson, TN. Beginning 2018 the album Night Roads was remixed and remastered for immediate release in what will be a year full of new releases.