Scott Alan is an internationally acclaimed songwriter who has worked with some of the brightest stars of theatre, TV, film and recording. Some of those artists include Grammy Award winning Pentatonix, Grammy Award nominated artists Jane Monheit, Marc Broussard, Taylor Dayne, Tony Award winning artists Sutton Foster, Adriane Lenox, Randy Graff, Frances Ruffle, Lea Salonga, film and TV stars Tracie Thoms, Patina Miller, Katie Stevens, Danny-Boy Hatchard, Cheyenne Jackson, Megan Hilty, Samantha Barks, Jeremy Jordan and reality stars Sam Bailey, Collabro, Diane DeGarmo, Christina Marie, RJ Helton among others.
After the 2007 release of his debut album Dreaming Wide Awake, Alan has gone on to release six follow up albums that include Keys, What I Wanna Be When I Grow Up, Live, Anything Worth Holding On To, Cynthia Erivo and Oliver Tompsett sing Scott Alan and Lifeline.
Alan has toured the world and has sold out concerts in New York City, Japan, London, Holland, Germany, San Francisco, Boston, Los Angeles, Australia & Varies cities in South and North America.
In 2012, Alan’s composition "It’s Good to See You Again" (see below) was featured on the premiere episode of the ninth season of So You Think You Can Dance and was the #1 downloaded song from the series that evening on iTunes and Amazon.
In 2019, Alan’s composition “Anything Worth Holding On To” was featured on the second season of America Idol.
Alan continues to tour in support of his work. Check the news page for future tour schedule.