Gold Rush Records
The Future Of Square and Round Dancing

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Scott began square dancing while still in High School at age 16. After graduatiion in 1984 Scott joined the Pittsburgh Area Callers Association and began learning to call. In 1986 he attended his first National Convention in Indianapolis. Scott soon went on to learn Rounds, Ballroom, Latin, Swing, Clogging, and Country Western dancing.


While attending California University Of Pennsylvania, Scott met his first wife and competition dance partner, who became the mother of his only son Shawn Brown.





After graduating university in 1996 with a degree in Science, Scott returned to calling square dances and founded Gold Rush Square Dance Productions in 1997. While working as a Chemist in the Pittsburgh area, he began producing Square Dance music with the help of a good friend and fellow caller Ed Mitchell, who has since retired. Scott continues working as a local Entertainer, Musician, DJ, and Square Dance Caller to this day.


In 2007, while working with Bud Merrihew to develop a new round dance format, Scott began producing Square and Round Dance Music in multimedia Karaoke formats for Callers and Cuers around the world.

Scott now calls full time and continues to produce music with the help of his 18 year old son and caller Shawn Brown. Scott and Shawn can usually be seen calling together during the summer months at the West Virginia, Pennsylvania, and National Square and Round Dance conventions.

Scott Brown

Scott is a Past President and founder of the Pittsburgh Area Callers And Cuers Association, and Callerlab member. Scott calls beginner through A2, Progressive Squares, and Cues Rounds

Scott's Music

To Contact Scott: 412-583-8749

Email: darkranger_40@yahoo.com


In 2014, Scott. Lisa., and Shawn founded the Greater Pittsburgh Modern Pattern Dance Group to implement a new system they developed for the promotion and teaching of Modern Western Style Square Dancing. This new system allows new dancers to begin at anytime and reach Mainstream proficiency in as little as 6 weeks. For more information on this new system follow the link below.

Modern Pattern Dance