Scruggs (right) in 1996
|Birth name||Randy Lynn Scruggs|
|Born||August 3, 1953|
Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.
|Died||April 17, 2018 64)(aged|
|Occupation(s)||Music producer, songwriter, musician|
Randy Lynn Scruggs (August 3, 1953 – April 17, 2018) was a music producer, songwriter and guitarist. He had his first recording at the age of 13. He won four Grammy Awards and was twice named Musician of the Year at the Country Music Association Awards. He was the middle son of Earl Scruggs.
As a songwriter, Scruggs's credits include "We Danced Anyway", "Love Don't Care (Whose Heart It Breaks)", "Love Has No Right", "Don't Make It Easy for Me", "Chance of Lovin' You", and "Angel in Disguise".
Scruggs worked with many artists, including Michael Card, The Talbot Brothers, Waylon Jennings, George Strait and Emmylou Harris. His career began in 1970 with the release of All the Way Home, a collaboration with his older brother Gary. Scruggs recorded his debut solo LP Crown of Jewels in 1998. He played the electric bass on John Hartford's 1972 album Aereo-Plain .
In 1994, Scruggs teamed with Earl Scruggs and Doc Watson to contribute the song "Keep on the Sunny Side" to the AIDS benefit album Red Hot + Country produced by the Red Hot Organization.
Scruggs died after a short illness on April 17, 2018 at the age of 64.
|All The Way Home (Original title: Second Generation Scruggs)||Randy & Gary Scruggs|
|Crown of Jewels|
| US Country |
|1998||"It's Only Love" (with Mary Chapin Carpenter)||67||Crown of Jewels|