Scarlet Keys is a Professor at Berklee College of Music, and a former staff songwriter for Warner Chappell.
Keys’s songs have appeared on film and TV and garnered her a gold record. She has collaborated with artists such as Chris Stapleton, Eric Roberson, Melissa Ferrick, and local artist Sam Robbins.
She is also a TEDx speaker, an award-winning songwriter, host of the podcast “What’s in a Song”, and author of several books, including “The Craft of Songwriting: Music, Meaning and Emotion” and “What if it All Goes Right: Practicing Hope in the Hardest Times.”
Some of her students include: Laufey, Lizzy McAlpine, Charlie Puth, and Amy Allen.
- The Psychology Behind Your Spotify Wrapped.
- What if it All Goes Right: Practicing Hope in the Hardest Times