Born: June 9, 1966
History in gospel music: The Sound April, 1987-October, 1990. The Cathedrals: December 1990-December 1999. Legacy Five: January 2000-present
First Gospel concert ever attended: The Cathedrals
Wife: Taryn Anniversary: December 20, 1997
Children: Preston Davis Vernon Fowler & Bailey Eric Fowler
Hobbies & pastimes: Politics, Racquetball, Pickle-ball, snowmobiling, being outdoors and hanging with the family.
Awards & Commendations: Favorite Baritone & Favorite Lead (Singing News Fan Awards), Humanitarian Award (Southern Gospel Music Guild)
Favorite Scripture: Jeremiah 29:11
Favorite Quote: “Life is not a dress rehearsal… this is the real thing.”
Favorite gift: Wedding ring given to me by my grandfather
Most unique gift: An actual Florida voting mating used in the famous Presidential contest in 2000 between George W. Bush and Al Gore.
Something most people don’t know about Scott: Spent 2 years in nursing school and was a contestant on The Price is Right. Scott Eric Fowler, co-founder, lead singer and manager for Legacy Five, was born the youngest of four kids on July 9, 1966 in St. Louis, Missouri.
Born: April 10, 1968 in Monroeville, Alabama
History in gospel music: Until joining Legacy Five, I have primarily been a songwriter. My first cut was on the first Brian Free and Assurance project in 1993. I've also enjoyed cuts with Legacy Five, The Booth Brothers, Greater Vision, Triumphant, Ernie Haase and Signature Sound, The Crabb Family, The Oak Ridge Boys, KP&NR, and many others. I have also written extensively for church choirs.
First Gospel concert ever attended: My parents took me to see Wendy Bagwell and the Sunliters when I was about five years old. I have a sweet memory of my father laughing so hard at "Here Come The Rattlesnakes" that he couldn't catch his breath.
Wife: Melissa Anniversary: August 22, 1992
Children: Maggie (December 29, 1997), Reese and Elijah (July 8, 1999), and Anabel (May 17, 2002)
Hobbies & pastimes: playing racquet sports, watching University of Alabama football, reading, grilling, playing board games with my family
Awards & Commendations: BMI Awards, Singing News Fan Award (song of the year for Amazing God), Dove Award, nine Singing News #1 songs, one Bluegrass #1 song
Favorite Scripture: Romans 5:2-5
Favorite Quotes: Fill your paper with the breathings of your heart. ~ William Wordsworth
Don't tell me the moon is shining; show me the glint of light on broken glass. ~ Anton Chekhov
Favorite gift: Melissa is THE most thoughtful gift giver I've ever known. My favorite is an autographed copy of "My Southern Journey" by my favorite living author, Rick Bragg.
Most unique gift: After staying by myself in a nice hotel and eating in their restaurant, I called Melissa and told her the flatware was the best I've ever used. I guess I didn't shut up about it, because she called the hotel restaurant, got the name of the flatware, and ordered me eight place settings.
Born: Wilmington, DE 11/19/83
History in gospel music: Dixie Melody Boys, Perrys, L5
First Gospel concert ever attended: The Anchormen when my dad, David, was singing tenor.
Wife: Bethany Anniversary: August 10, 2013
Children: Bingham (2016) and Bayla (2018)
Hobbies & pastimes: I love to workout and play/watch any kind of sport. Go Red Sox!
Awards & Commendations: -Nominated Top 10 baritone multiple times
-2012 Dove Award for Southern gospel recorded song of the year “Celebrate Me Home“ w The Perrys -2008 Defensive tactics award (Police Academy)
Favorite Scripture: “But if any of you lacks wisdom, let him ask of God, who gives to all generously and without reproach, and it will be given to him.” James 1:5
Favorite Quote: “Every number has a name. Every name has a story. Every story matters to God.”
Favorite gift: My Pop pop’s (grandfather) wedding ring that he wore for 50 years of marriage. It’s my wedding ring now.
Most unique gift: a Bachrach purple paisley tie given to me by Michael Booth.