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I am so happy you're here! I don't know where you are from or what your story is, but I do know one thing we probably have in common - music. And lucky for you, I write a lot of it!  So let me introduce myself:

My name is Audrey Scout, was born and raised in sunny Southern California with my parents and two older siblings. I am currently in college studying business and I started writing songs when I was about 16 (I am 20 now!)

Some quick facts about me:

Favorite color: blue

Favorite food: tacos

Cats or dogs?: Dogs for sure. I'm allergic to cats :(

Hidden talent: I can do a pretty good Mort from "Madagascar" impression 

Other hobbies: painting, hiking, content creation 

Random fact: I know quite a bit of French! I also just started learning German not too long ago! Wie Ghets?

To talk more about music, it all started when I was in middle school I believe. My mom gave me an old hand-me-down keyboard piano. My family couldn't exactly afford lessons for me, so I started watching YouTube videos, reading books, and studying professionals in order to learn how to play some of my favorite songs at the time. The first song I ever learned was "Stitches" by Shawn Mendes. Fast forward to sophomore year in high school. I bought my first guitar (I still have it!).  I'm not exactly sure why I wanted to learn, something was just calling me to. I know, sounds super cheesy, but it's the truth! I took a shot at songwriting a couple months after learning guitar. I saw it as another way to express myself, but it eventually evolved as a cathartic way to cope with emotions. Growing up, it was sometimes difficult to talk to friends and family about the things I was going through. Nonetheless, writing quickly became a way for me to feel understood. I uploaded my first song to instagram called "The Runaway" and from there, the rest is history. Nowadays I am a huge advocate for mental health. I try to be as open and honest as possible in my songwriting. Because as I've gotten older I have learned that, though intimidating, vulnerability is a necessary catalyst for intimate and valuable bonds between people. Ever thought about how whenever you go to a concert or sporting event, it is because a large sum or people have a single common interest? We are all more similar than we think. 


I am still learning and evolving a ton as an artist. I don't think I will ever stop learning, and you shouldn't either. Try out new skills, you never know where it will take you. 

Soooo yeah! That's a little about me! If you have any questions or would like to tell me about yourself, I'd love to hear from you! Just click the email below!

Thanks for being here xx

 - Audrey


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