Above all else, Scarlett Deering is an explorer. Inquisitive, adventurous and dogged, Scarlett has mastered the tools and techniques of a skilled craftsman to create music and art that celebrates the beauty and diversity of the universe. From orchestrating string quartets to hand-sewing one-of-a-kind creatures, her entrepreneurial spirit keeps her world evolving. In music, Scarlett fuses her classical violin training with punk and indie rock inspiration to create lush complex arrangements, layered pop vocals, whimsical string parts and a driving rhythmic backbone. In art, she embraces the oddities of the world with love and kindness.
Scarlett started playing the violin at the ripe old age of three and graduated about 20 years later from Berklee College of Music. Her musical journey took her from Boston to Denton, TX where she joined the band, Seryn and toured extensively, eventually landing in Nashville. There, she wrote and played with a thriving network of young artists and musicians, released her first solo album, and toured with a country band. She made ends meet with work as a jewelry maker and seamstress, sewing for TV/film art departments (including ABC’s “Nashville”) and customizing merchandise for Third Man Records, CMT and other prominent companies.
At the beginning of 2018, Scarlett made the move back to her hometown of Dallas, TX to co-manage a recording studio with her illustrious musician father, Milo Deering. She currently plays fiddle for Texas singer-songwriter Zane Williams, tours as a violinist in the Eagles’ string quintet, and writes and performs her original music.