Bassist and singer-songwriter Scott Mulvahill has just released a new EP called Surrounded that presents his style in a new context.
Bassist and singer/songwriter Scott Mulvahill has released a new five-song EP called “Creative Potential”. Similar to his last full-length, “Himalayas”, the infectious songs are the perfect mix of catchy and thoughtful.
Scott Mulvahill recently stopped by the Paste Studio in Atlanta, Georgia during a stop on his tour with Cory Wong. His four-song set includes two songs with a full band and two solo bass versions of songs from his album “Himalayas.”
Scott Mulvahill is not your average bassist. He’s also not your average singer-songwriter. His latest album, “Himalayas,” is proof of that. We caught up with Mulvahill to learn about his background, lessons learned on the road, and songwriting.
Scott Mulvahill’s new album, “Himalayas,” is an amazing testament to great songwriting and great bass playing. The album kicks off with the “Begin Againers.” Check out this solo version of the song from a Love Good house concert in Nashville.
Scott Mulvahill is a beast of a double bass player in Nashville, but just because he’s in the country music capital of the world doesn’t mean he can’t shred some jazz. In this clip he tackles the masterful Jaco Pastorius song, “Teen Town” on the upright. “The bass nerds know what I’m talking about. It’s our favorite gameboy-disco-jazz-bass-shred classic,” he...
Bassist Scott Mulvahill first wrote this tune, “Leaving Home”, five years ago when he left for college. He recently added a bit to the composition and shared the update. Thanks, Josh, for sharing this one with us!