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Meet Los Angeles Based Music Artist Abbey Scott who is taking the Pop World By Storm!

Born Abigail Erin Saleet but widely known as Abbey Scott, grew up in the land of Dreams in sunny Southern California with a passion for music & performing. She grew up in a Musical family with her father Norman Saleet being a prominent songwriter. He coined songs for Air Supply “Here I Am” & for the late Selena “Where Did the Feeling Go?” The father and daughter duo joined forces & wrote endless songs in their home studio in hopes of a Record Deal. Abbey soon realized she would have to make her own stage. 

She recorded with numerous producers and had a collection of Bops that could have the whole world singing along. Now all she needed was a platform. Her former Manager connected her with the live-streaming app LiveMe & her Music broadcast took off.

She gained over 250k followers and went on to perform at the IHeartRadio Theater in Los Angeles. She shared the same stage where Gwen Stefani, Katy Perry, Ariana Grande & many others had performed. This was indeed Abbey Scott’s time to shine. 

Shortly after, Covid hit and we all went in Quarantine mode but that did not stop Abbey. She continued to write and record, even releasing her first Christmas song “Quarantine Christmas” written with her famed father. She built a following on a new live streaming platform building a huge fan base around the world. 

Abbey has always kept a fortune cookie that she got & it says, “You create your own stage and your audience is waiting!” Her fortune absolutely came true. If you’d like to stream Abbey Scott’s music you can find her on all streaming platforms including Spotify and Apple Music. I guarantee you won’t be able to get her music out of your head!

Abbey Scott can be followed on her Instagram handle @theabbeyscott and her official website AbbeyScott.com

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