Mark Scott Story


Born and raised in Flint, MI Mark Scott is no stranger to the entertainment industry and is an American recording artist, singer-songwriter, music executive and record producer. 
     Mark has been entertaining most of his life and started singing in church at the age of 9. He began his dreams and musical aspirations with his brothers and formed a group called the “Mark-keys” which received notoriety and opened for the Ohio Players, Johnny Taylor, Timmy Thomas and more. 
     He launched his solo career with the release of “I don’t wanna come down” which was featured in the soundtrack of the motion picture “Breakin 2 Electric Boogaloo” which was recorded at United Sound studios in Detroit produced by Don Davis for Polygram records and was the featured dancing on the ceiling scene in the movie. This was the 1985 breakdancing sequel to “Breakin’” and was released by TriStar Pictures and Cannon films. 
      As of now Mark has astonished audiences all over the world with his youthful stage presence and his smooth silk vocals as the lead vocalist of the world renowned group “The Miracles” for the last 14 years. Mark credits his successes to listening to the Motown sounds and producer Don Davis who has been a major influence of his musical career then and now. 
      Mark has had the fortune and pleasure of sharing the stage with , Ben E King, Gene Chandler, Carl Carlton, Ron Banks and the Dramatics, George Clinton, Howard Hewitt, Keith Washington, Carolyn Crawford, Freda Payne, Sherrie Payne (Supremes), Dennis Edwards and the Temptations Revue, the Contours, the Sound of the Supremes, Martha Reeves and the Vandellas, Ali Woodson, the Four Tops, the Temptations, Mary Wilson,  and the Commodores. 
       Mark has also embarked on a successful solo career and has produced on his own label, TayJay records his first cd “Be My Woman”, his second cd “A Moment in Time”, single release “Love on our minds  ” and released single “Wendy is gone “ and Don’t Cry UK remix and now his latest Album ”This Feels Right” with the title cut “ I Just Know This Feels Right”and the hit “ Let Me Groove You” is sure to bring out the romatic side of any listener. So sit back…relax to the Top Down sound of Detroit’s own Mark Scott who brings back those warm feelings of yesterday and today written, produced and performed by Mark. Release date set for June ,2023 stay tuned . Available on all digital platforms now. 

Sir Mark of Scott

New Single Release

May 28th 2023

Tayjay Records This- Feels- Right






Mark Scott was the last recording lead singer for the Motown famed singing group The Miracles, touring the world with original member Bobby Rogers for nearly a decade.

       Mark Scott is a native of Flint, Michigan. His first break came with the release of "I Don't Wanna Come Down", featured in the motion picture "Breakin 2 Electric Boogaloo." Mark's 30 year singing career has been heavily influenced by Motown. As a member of the group he had shared the stage with some of the biggest names in the music industry: The Temptations, Martha Reeves, The Contours, Ben E. King, Carl Carlton, Laura Lee, Freda Payne, Mary Wilson (of the Supremes), The Commodores, and The Four Tops.

      Because of his work prior to and with The Miracles, Mark received a Motown Alumni Lifetime Achievement Award in 2013, and later that year received an award from the City of Detroit and the state of Michigan  for his contributions to the music industry. He also received rewards for his musical contributions from Detroit Hot Radio .

      Bobby Rogers chose Mark because his voice was the truest and most notable duplication of the vocal genius of Smokey Robinson. Mark was featured with the group on the PBS' "60's Rock, Pop and Soul" program. He rerecorded with Bobby Rogers on the "Soulful Sound's Of Motown's First Group" in a 10-song DVD/CD by producer TJ Lubinsky.

      In 2013, Bobby Rogers died, Mark is continuing the tradition of the legendary Miracles, with his current group The Miracles featuring Mark Scott. He is recognized as the last official lead singer of the Miracles by the Motown Alumni Association, and is the current lead vocalist on the recently 2016 version of the last officially recording of the Miracles' hit song "Love Machine". The album is currently in worldwide distribution on Motorcity Hits Records/ Famous Record Corp. The album is titled "Motorcity Love Songs", and currently available digitally on and all over the world.