"Scott Merritt" is a Canada/Canadian singer-songwriter and record producer. Most prominent in the 1980s, he was a shortlisted nominee for Juno Award for Breakthrough Artist of the Year/Most Promising Male Vocalist at the Juno Awards of 1986.

Originally from Brantford, Ontario, Merritt moved to the larger nearby city of London, Ontario/London in the late 1970s to launch a career as a folk music singer-songwriter, performing both locally and on the folk festival circuit. His debut album Desperate Cosmetics, released in 1979, was produced by Daniel Lanois.

He followed up with Serious Interference in 1983, supported in part by a cultural exchange tour of the United States with artists including Brent Titcomb and Tamarack (band)/Tamarack. However, the album was not particularly successful, and Merritt began to pursue a more rock music/rock-oriented sound.

He signed to Duke Street Records in 1985. The label rereleased Serious Interference in early 1986, released his song "Transistor" as a single, and sent him out on tour as an opening act for Jane Siberry. He followed up later the same year with his third album Gravity Is Mutual, which was produced by Roma Baran and included guest contributions by Adrian Belew. That album's lead single, "Overworked and Underprivileged", became Merritt's most successful song on radio.

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