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Owner, Performer

Liverpool Legends
3115 W Hwy 76
Branson , Missouri 65616
United States

Company Description: LIVERPOOL LEGENDS are four talented musicians and actors who were hand-picked by Louise Harrison - sister of the late George Harrison of The Beatles - to recreate...   more

Employment History


  • L.D. Bell High School
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About Liverpool Legends, 5 Jan 2012 [cached]
Marty Scott photo
Marty Scott is a natural at portraying George , not only duplicating those amazing guitar solos note for note, but also recreating George's unique vocal style.
As "The Quiet One", Marty creates a "true-to-life" experience every time you see him perform. He is considered to be the best George impersonator in the business by someone who should know. Louise Harrison, sister of the late Beatle George Harrison, was moved to tears the first time she heard Marty perform and said she felt as though her brother were with her again. Recently, in a private meeting with Sir Paul McCartney, Louise introduced Marty as "my new adopted baby brother!"
The Official Site of the Lincoln Saltdogs: Releases, 1 Nov 2008 [cached]
2002 Review, 15 April 2007 [cached]
Team president Marty Scott was chosen to lead the United States Qualifying Team in Mexico.
Fort Worth Business Press, 7 May 2004 [cached]
Marty Scott, who was president of the Cats when the team was brought back in 2001, hired Clegg as general manager. "I'm sure there are days where he spends all day putting out brush fires, from leaks in the restrooms to a sprinkler pipe bursting in the outfield, but he's got a switch somewhere inside that clicks on when the game starts," Scott said."If there's a silly promotion, he's the first one to be dressed for the occasion.He's not doing it for laughs; he's doing it to make it more enjoyable for everybody. "When the team is winning, he probably doesn't have to be such a showman; but when they're losing, you have to get the fans interested in something else to get them back to the park."
Clegg's love of baseball and his personal ethics caught Scott's attention when Scott was farm director for the Rangers and Clegg was publicity director for the Oklahoma City 89ers (now the Oklahoma RedHawks), a Rangers farm team.
If I stepped off the curb and got hit by a car or went down in a plane crash or didn't do well, there would be somebody in succession to take my spot," Scott said.
Scott left the Rangers when Doug Melvin became general manager.
"What he lacked in experience in being a minor-league GM, he made up for in his work ethic and leadership skills," Scott said.
Marty Scott, consultant.Retired as president and COO in March
OurSports Central- Independent and Minor League Sports News, 10 Oct 2003 [cached]
Fort Worth Cats' president Marty Scott will join Cats' manager Wayne Terwilliger as part of the "Class of 2003" along with former player Danny Ozark.
Scott recently finished his 27th season in professional baseball.He grew up in Hurst and attended L.D. Bell High School and later Dallas Baptist University.Marty played at every level of the Texas Rangers' minor league system and eventually became a minor league manager.He was the farm director for the Texas Rangers from 1984-94 before joining the St. Paul Saints.Marty was named President and CEO of the Cats in January 2002.
Wayne Terwilliger's roots in the state go back to the first year of the Texas Rangers when he was a coach on Ted Williams' staff in 1972.He was a coach with the Rangers again from 1981-85.He later coached for the Minnesota Twins from 1986 to 1994 before joining the St. Paul Saints in 1995.Twig has been a part of some of baseball's most amazing moments, including two World Championships with the Twins in 1987 and 1991.He was named manager of the Cats in December 2002 and helped lead the Fort Worth Cats to a playoff berth this past season.He just finished his 55th year in professional baseball and at age 78 is the oldest person to manage in minor-league history.
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