Rik and Patti Interview Aspiring Singer Scotty Crabtree [VIDEO]
Patti and I got a chance to catch up with aspiring Country music singer Scotty Crabtree. We discovered a very inspirational story that we'd like to share with you.
March is Cerebral Palsy Month and Scotty as well as being a country music singer is inflected with the deadly disease. Scotty Crabtree wasn't expected to live but at the age of 29, he's proven he's a survivor and fighter.
I got the chance to meet Scotty when I worked in Bakersfield radio and soon discovered what a special young man he is. He's written his own autobiography "Riding The Pink Cadillac" and it chronicles his life and the pursuit of his dream of becoming a country music singer.
Scotty suffers from Cerebral Palsy but that hasn't stopped him from chasing his dreams. Patti and I talked with him about how he got started singing, his inspirations, his influences, and how you can donate to help research and hopefully find a cure for Cerebral Palsy.
The pandemic has slowed down Scotty's career due to the fact that events aren't going on in his hometown of Bakersfield but as soon as the COVID-19 restrictions lift, Scotty is looking forward to continuing his career.
It's a pretty amazing story and very inspirational. Scotty has a website that you can check out and you can even become a member of his fan club. You can get more details on Scotty and his music by clicking here.
Patti and I can't wait to see what Scotty Crabtree does next.