Garcia and Scott are authentically, Garcia and Scott. In other words, what you see is what you get. Genuine. Artful. Real. They write, produce, record, and perform their own songs and videos. Even when they do a cover song, they tear it down and rebuild it. When they’re not at home in Nashville, writing and recording, you’ll find the husband and wife duo out on the road, performing an energetic and original blend of Rock, Blues, Alt-Country and Latin-Influenced acoustic music, at clubs, theaters, festivals, fairs and concert series all over the south and midwest. Always working to grow, Garcia and Scott have added Europe to their schedule, performing in Madrid, Barcelona and Dublin. The duo’s signature sound is defined by strong lead and harmony vocals, Scott's rhythmic guitar style and Garcia's percussion. Whether it’s an original, or an originally-arranged cover song, there’s no denying it’s Garcia and Scott. Take it from a fan: "Is it the songs? Yeah, they’re clever, well-crafted and lively. Is it the musicianship? Yeah, that too. Scott sounds like two players at once sometimes. Is it the stage presence? Yeah sure, both Garcia and Scott are having a great time up there. Is it the vocal blend. That’s it! That’s it, right there. Their voices are meant to be heard together. Don’t miss your chance to hear them soon and often!!” -- John Griffin, Host-Juke Joint Shuffle, WKMS Murray, KY
Dalia Garcia grew up in a U.S. Military family. She spent her early childhood in Madrid, Spain. Dalia’s family moved back to Irmo, SC when she was 12, where she graduated High School. She's a University of South Carolina graduate, with a B.A. in Graphic Design, and a former Miss South Carolina. Fluent in two languages, Dalia writes and performs in both English and Spanish.
When not writing songs and touring with her husband, Dalia enjoys working on her art. To find out more about her paintings and murals, visit: daliagarciaartist.com.
Dalia singing the duet, “All of You” with Julio Iglesias. She toured the world with the international recording artist, for nearly 8 years. Following that, she had her own record deal with Universal Music. Dalia wrote 6 of the 12 songs on her Spanish album, “Resandole a Dios.”
Gary Scott is a native Nashvillian. So rare, they’re known as “unicorns.” He’s a 4th generation working musician, whose family members have penned country music classics like “Burning Bridges” and “Why Lady Why.” Gary is a graduate of DuPont High School in Hermitage, TN. He has a B.S. in English and a Teaching Certificate from Murray State University.
In a former life, Gary spent twelve years in public radio newsrooms at WKMS in Murray, KY and WMUB in Oxford, OH. In addition to writing, editing and producing local and regional stories, Scott produced 12 national news features for NPR. Scott says learning to tell complicated stories in three and a half minutes was great training for songwriting.
When he’s not touring with his wife Dalia, Gary enjoys fishing, recording, and working part time at Gruhn Guitars in Nashville.