Dennis Scott produced a unique collection of Mr. Rogers songs as performer by a diverse group of stars.
Enjoy this medley of songs Thank You, Mister Rogers – Music & Memories featuring performances by by award-winning artists:
Kellie Pickler, Vanessa Williams, Rita Wilson, Lee Greenwood, The Cowsills, Jaci Velasquez, Jim Brickman, Jon Secada, Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis, Jr., Micky Dolenz, Tom Bergeron, and Sandi Patty.
Noddy ran for two seasons on PBS and featured over 130 songs written and produced by Dennis Scott.
This touching song from episode one which speaks to the magic of the series and performed by the entire cast.
A fun Broadway styled show-stopping number complete with choreography, a vocal counter melody and a big finish.
This fractured fairy tale song revisits the age old story with a tip of the hat to Gladys Knight and the Pips.
Add a little bluegrass music to this well known children's story and you've got "Slow and Steady" by Dennis Scott.
Dennis was commissioned by Cokesbury Publishing to write over 200 songs for their Sunday school series.
From the "Deep Blue Bible" series, this song has a contemporary feel to it and lyrically inspires kids to be brave.
This song takes you "back to Bible days" with a big band swing arrangement guaranteed to make you want to jitterbug.
Inspired by the passage in Deuteronomy, this tender musical interpretation has caught on in both temples and churches
Another "rocker" from year three of "Deep Blue" retelling the story of Moses' spiritual encounter on Mt. Sinai.
Writing songs for a specific assignment is among Dennis’ specialties. He has had several compositions featured in touring companies of well known TV shows.
A customized song with a positive message for kids from a live national tour about Clifford the Big Red Dog.
This has become the "go to" song about friendship. It is featured in another Clifford tour and on recordings as well.
An upbeat song that is part of Clifford's repertoire and has also been featured on the TV show, "BJ's Teddy Bear Club."
The big finale for Clifford "Live." Check out the great orchestrations that are typical of Dennis' production work.
Grammy award winners for Best Recording for Children - produced and conceived by Dennis and featuring his original songs.
Grand Old Opry meets Sesame Street in the opening song from this Grammy winning album (also recorded by Allison Krauss).
It’s the most recorded song from the album. This version features a duet with Crystal Gayle and Big Bird.
Tanya Tucker and Big Bird sing like birds on this customized song written and produced by Dennis Scott
Grammy winning performances by Amy Grant, Donna Summer, Ricky Skaggs, Roberta Flack, BJ Thomas, and others
Dennis' production skills always hit a high note. There are no shortcuts when it comes to quality. Inventive arrangements and live instrumentation are typical of DSP track.
New arrangements and full blown production on these kids favorites - featuring cool kids and real live musicians!
Before there was Kidzbop, Dennis produced this album of big hits by “The King” sung by cute little children.
Dennis produced several albums for premier kids label Music for Little People. Here's a fun medley of two Disney songs.
Beatles songs like you've never heard them before produced and arranged by number one Beatles fan - Dennis
One of Dennis' specialties is writing songs to specific assignment. Check out these and see more on our videos page.
This series, still viewed worldwide, won Dennis an Emmy for Outstanding Achievement in Music Direction and Composition.
Before Spongebob, there was superstars Sharon, Lois, and Bram who chose Dennis to write their wacky upbeat theme song.
Faith Hill, Trisha Yearwood, Kathie Lee Gifford and others have recorded this sentimental treasure written by Dennis.
One of the many BBC Television productions for which Dennis served as both composer, producer, and music director.
Dennis loves writing parodies and it has become his trademark. Here's a cut from "Country Music's Greatest Jewish Hits."
Dennis heads up a tribute band, The WannaBeatles. He wrote this song for a campaign to meet Sir Paul at the Grammys.
A Dennis' Christmas song which first premiered on Sesame Street and was later turned into this fully orchestrated version.
A Scott/Rolnick song featured on the long running show, "The Guiding Light" and covered by various recording artists.