Scott Hendricks arrived in Nashville in 1978 to a music community that was headed straight toward the Urban Cowboy
era. In the midst of that changing scene, Hendricks earned a reputation first as an engineer and then as an independent producer
with an ear for new talent, due to his work with the harmony-driven, pop-influenced group Restless
Now almost 35 years after making that move from his native Oklahoma, Hendricks remains one of the city’s
most notable producers, thanks to chart-topping hits in the 1980s, 1990s and 2000s — most recently with Blake
Shelton and Hunter Hayes. He also produced breakthrough albums for
Brooks Dunn, Faith
Hill and Alan Jackson, among many other fan favorites.