Scott Faris is a record producer, visual artist, and guitarist based in Lubbock, Texas. Scott owns the Amusement Park Recording Studio and FarisWheel Productions, a graphic and web design firm. Scott has a very lengthy track record of creating great records. Most notably, Scott produced, engineered, and mixed the album Homeland Insecurity for country Americana band Flatland Cavalry. Not stopping at the record, Scott was also the art director, designer, colorizer, helped illustrate, and, in conjunction with lead singer Cleto Cordero, co-authored the accompanying Homeland Insecurity Comic Book. This is Scott's third record with Flatland Cavalry; he produced, recorded, and mixed their debut EP, Come May, and their breakout album Humble Folks, which made it to #2 on the iTunes Country Charts, charted in Billboard Magazine, and netted the 2016 CDX Texas Charts #1 song of the year for the single “One I Want”. Other notable clients include the Jenni Dale Lord Band, Cale and the 45s, Jordan Robert Kirk, the Randall King Band, Armstrong, X Factor Finalist Hannah Jackson, world-renowned classical guitarist David Brandon, (Scott did two albums and recordings of David for Hal Leonard Publishing’s Christopher Parkening Method Books), Bobby Bookout (most recently the album “B”), Thrift Store Cowboys, Waiting To Derail, One Wolf, former member of the Maines Brothers Cary Banks, the Silent Wings Museum, and many more. Scott has worked on many additional projects in the west Texas region, one being the work he did with the Lubbock Symphony Orchestra in conjunction with Daniel Clayton of 480 Productions to create video for LSO’s SOUND! chamber series.