Scott Hoying has been singing since he was born, but his remarkable voice and love of music became evident in kindergarten. It was then he began performing in talent shows and winning music awards at his elementary school in Arlington, TX. By the time Scott was 8, he was singing for a paycheck, making music education CDs for Silver Burdett Ginn.
In the years since, he has performed on hundreds of stages and won numerous awards and competitions. Scott honors America on a regular basis in singing the National Anthem for the Dallas Cowboys, the Texas Rangers as well as other professional and college sporting events. In late 2003, Scott won "The Next Big Star" contest at Johnnie High's Country Music Revue in Arlington, TX. He topped over 3200 contestants of all ages at the same venue where Leann Rimes, Gary Morris, Little Texas, Lee Ann Womack, Box Car Willie, and a score of other big stars honed their talents. The other winners of this competition are Celena Rae, Steve Holy, and Casey Needham. A few months later, he traveled to Hollywood to perform for 4 million people on "Starsearch" for CBS as one of 12 National finalists to make the cut. Scott also won the 2004 "Talent Search TV" Competition in Nashville and will be in Nashville making a music video this year. Scott was also the 2004 Texas winner of the Radio Disney "Superstar Kid" Contest.
He still sings and plays the piano for Radio Disney as a "Superstar Kid" in the "Disney Superstar Showcase." Scott has already had an incredible career despite his tender age of 13.