About Scott Ramminger 

Based in Nashville, Scott Ramminger is a writer of songs and other things.  

He performs regularly with his band, Scott Ramminger & The Temporary Condition, and as a solo act throughout the South and Mid-Atlantic, primarily.  Ramminger has a Thursday residency, 5;30  to 7:30 pm at Papa Turney's BBQ at Nashville Shores Marina on Percy Priest Lake --  sometimes with the Temporary Condition and sometimes solo, or as part of a duo.  He also hits regularly as a sax player with others.  

The February 2022 release, "Live at 3rd & Lindsley, Nashville," is Ramminger’s sixth record in 11 years.  The previous discs -- “Crawstickers" (2011), “I Really Love Your Smile,” (2013), “Do What Your Heart Says To” (Feb. 2017), “Alive and Ornery (Live Double Disc, Sept. 2017), and  “Rise Up,” (March 2019) -- have received critical praise, in publications including “Downbeat,” “Elmore,” “Blues Matters,” “No Depression,” and many others.  Of the five records, only “Alive and Ornery” contains a few cover songs.  The rest are Ramminger's originals.

Ramminger has gotten significant airplay on blues and roots-oriented radio, including Sirius XM’s Bluesville Channel 70, which has featured several of his tunes as “Click to Pick” selections, placing them in heavy rotation.   His February 2017 studio release, “Do What Your Heart Says To,” reached Number 1 on the “Root Music Report” R&B Album Charts, and his double live CD, released in September of 2017, made it into the mid-20s on the competitive “Roots Music Report” Blues Album Charts. Ramminger has won the Gold and two Silver Awards in the Blues/Jazz Category of the Mid-Atlantic Songwriting Contest. His 2011 initial release, “Crawstickers,” took a Washington Area Music Association WAMMIE Award as best debut CD.


Ramminger's prose has appeared in a wide variety of magazines and newspapers across the U.S.