A musician, a Hammond B3 and the Jazz.______________________________________
It was the music of Johann Sebastian Bach, played on the classical church organ, which fascinated the five-year-old Maggy. Her love for music was born and her enthusiasm to become an organist was outlined. Since this first musical experience during her childhood, Maggy’s live was dedicated to organ music and finally, she fell in love with the legendary Hammond B-3 organ.
Following an intuitive path to free, expressive music and improvisation, Maggy found her passion for jazz music where she developed her personal style to express her personal feelings about music.
Right after finishing school, Maggy Scott travelled to New York City. She jammed in the Jazz clubs of Harlem where her wild, intuitive organ playing style fascinated musicians and her audience. She performed at the „Hot Spots“ of the Bis Apple und became the „Rising Star at the Legendary Hammond B3 Organ“. The famous New School of Music in Manhattan supported Maggy Scott intensively where she met famous jazz musicians such as Reggie Workman, Frank Foster, Gary Dial, Junior Mance, Lee Ann Ledgewood, Arnie Lawrence, Arminia Claudine Myers and intensified her musical studies