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Scotty Inman

Sometimes credited as Scott Inman


Scotty Inman grew up watching his father Clayton Inman perform with the Singing Americans, Kingdom Heirs, and Won By One. In 2001, he followed in his father’s footsteps when he joined Phil Cross & Poet Voices to sing baritone. In 2002, Won By One dissolved around the same time Poet Voices retired, so Scotty and his father decided to form a new group together.

Around the same time, tenor singer David Sutton, bass singer Eric Bennett, and pianist Jeff Stice left the Kingdom Heirs and were searching for a lead and baritone to complete their new group. In 2002, they all joined forces to form Integrity Quartet. The group name was later changed to Triumphant Quartet.

In addition to singing, Scotty became an accomplished songwriter. Early in his career as a writer, he asked Dianne Wilkinson if she would consider co-writing with him. Wilkinson had not routinely worked with co-writers up to that point. One of the first songs they completed was “Hey Jonah” which Triumphant recorded in 2005 on a self-titled CD. The experience went so well that Inman continued to co-write songs with Wilkinson as well as many other songwriters over the years.

After singing baritone more than 20 years with Triumphant, Inman announced his departure from the group in July 2023 to concentrate on his solo career. At the time, it was announced that he would be staying with the group through the end of the year while a replacement was sought. However, the prompt hiring of Sean Barber in August 2023 caused him to modify his plans, and his final performance with the group took place on September 1, 2023.


Singing News Fan Awards:
Horizon Individual (2002)
Favorite Young Artist (2007)
Favorite Baritone (2021, 2022)

Solo Discography

2003 Scotty (Custom Records/DUP2136CD): Only God Knows; My Praise; I Can Only Imagine; So High (with Louise Mandrell); His Strength; I Find You; I Will Go; Pour My Love; Come On Children; Gratitude; Look To God.

2007 The Scott Inman Project (Custom Records): Run With All You Got; Show Me The Way; Saved; All For Me; Revive Us Again; We Need Your Revival; Until Heaven; What Do People Do; Always Here; You’ll Never Go.

2022 Anywhere Jesus Is (Custom Records): Home In The Dark; One Day Closer; Good Enough For Me (featuring John Anderson); Saved People; Anywhere Jesus Is; The Future; Love One Another; Grow Up Slow; God Made Good; Son Rise.

2024 My God: Come As You Are; Man On The Middle Cross; Heaven’s Eyes; I Know It’s You; Nowhere Town; But For The Grace Of God; Motel Bible; Little White Church House; Normal; That’s The Walk; My God.

Songwriter's Résumé

(Partial List)

Almost Home
An Old Story In A Brand New Song
Bottom Of The Barrel
Deep In My Heart
Do You Know That You Know
God Will Always Be God
God's Been Faithful
Golden Road
He Took Away My Burden
Hey Jonah
I Belong To Jesus
I Can Take You To The Place
I Can't Help But Smile
I Pray Every Day
I Wish I Could Tell You
Living In Harmony
Never Assume
Now He Knows What Heaven's All About
Only The Strong Will Survive
Practice What You're Preaching
Smack Dab In The Middle Of His Will
So Many Things
Something About A Prayer
Sun's Gonna Come Up
Thankful, So Thankful
The Cross Is All The Proof I Need
The Hem Of His Garment
The Invitation
When It's All Said And Done
When The Story Of My Life Is Told
You'll Find Me There

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