Get There Gone
Scarlett was born in 1988 into a musical family in Heidelberg, Germany. Her parents being on tour with their band "Stars 'n Bars" every weekend, accompanied them quite often. She had her first piano lesson at the age of five and also picked up the guitar from watching her mom and dad play. Her real passion though has always been singing. At the age of four she was already belting out "Knocking On Heaven's Door"(the Guns´n Roses version). Pretty soon she took pop, rock and classical singing lessons and started singing in several bands, including rock, jazz and funk bands, but she was especially fascinated by country music. At the tender age of eight she recorded her first country CD of all original tunes. On top of that she played all the guitar parts herself. The same year she had her first Radio and TV appearances in Germany. At the age of sixteen started joining "Stars 'n Bars" as lead singer and played at big European Country festivals like in Silkeborg/Denmark, Klevenalp/Switzerland and Odense/Denmark. She also sang the backing vocals when "Stars 'n Bars" accompanied Nashville recording artist, songwriter and Grammy Award winner Billy Yates in summer 2004. In summer 2006 singer-songwriter and Grammy Award winner Paul Overstreet toured throughout Europe with Scarlett as an opening act, background singer and percussionist and meanwhile she also writes songs with Paul Overstreet. Scarlett's songwriting skills also caught the attention by songriter Sandy Ramos ( 'Let 'Er Rip' by the Dixie Chicks) who contacted her after listening to Scarlett's first CD with all original tunes and since then has been working with Scarlett. The CD is called 'Get There Gone' and was recorded in Nashville, Tennessee in January 2008. Mike Chapman (bass on all Garth Brooks records) produced it and some of Nashville's hottest studio musicians played on it, among them Brent Mason and Paul Franklin. Currently, Scarlett is on the road with "Stars 'n Bars" promoting her CD all across Europe including countries such as: Germany, Switzerland, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, France and England.