Scott Austin

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Scott Austin
Born Orange County, California
Occupation CEO, Authentik Artists

Scott Austin is a music executive, record producer and on-camera personality.


Austin is the CEO of Authentik Artists,[1] a Los Angeles-based music company that is dedicated to emerging artist development. Authentik Artists is a content company that helps independent talent realize the full revenue potential from their recorded music and music publishing assets. Authentik builds brand awareness and profile for their clients through digital mediums and music licensing. Prior to being appointed to Authentik, Austin was an A&R Executive at Maverick/Warner Bros and Capitol Records[2] and is credited with the early discovery and/or signing of artists such as Michelle Branch, The All-American Rejects, Tyler Hilton, Eric Hutchinson, Family Force 5, MoZella, and others.

Austin has additionally appeared as a host and industry expert on several major network and internet broadcasts including Extra, Style Network’s Making it Big,[3] G4 Network’s Attack of the Show,[4] Slice Network’s Rocker Moms season one,[5] Deepak Chopra,[6] and online broadcast The :90 Music Show with Scott Austin.[7]

Scott’s production credits include Album Producer for the Top 40 charting single “When It Comes”[8] for Tyler Hilton in 2005 and Executive Producer for the short music film Hands Of Hatred[9] starring Ice-T, Rumer Willis and Edward Furlong in 2008.

External links[edit]

  • Official website of Scott Austin [1]
  • Authentik Artists Website [2]
  • BMI's A&R article [3]


  1. ^ Authentik Artists Website
  2. ^
  3. ^ "Making it Big" on IMDB
  4. ^ "Attack of the Show"
  5. ^ "Rocker Moms"
  6. ^ Deepak Chopra
  7. ^ "The :90 Music Show with Scott Austin"
  8. ^ Tyler Hilton "When it Comes"
  9. ^ "Hands of Hatred" video