Scarborough Fair (reprise)

This music video captures the essence of the re-imagining of this classic song from the 1700s. Shot on the gorgeous coastline of an island in the Narragansett Bay. The song was arranged and produced by Grant Maloy Smith, who also edited the video.

  • Grant Maloy Smith
    Cahokia Winds, The Coal Comes Up, Old Black Roller, In This Twilight, Lily Of The Valley, I Come From America
  • Grant Maloy Smith
    Cahokia Winds, The Coal Comes Up, Old Black Roller, In This Twilight, Lily Of The Valley, I Come From America
  • Grant Maloy Smith
    Key Cast
  • Kevin Lucas
    Key Cast
  • Project Type:
    Music Video
  • Genres:
    Folk, Pop, adult contemporary, americana, american roots
  • Runtime:
    5 minutes 22 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    August 7, 2023
  • Production Budget:
    2,500 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
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Distribution Information
  • YouTube
    Country: Worldwide
    Rights: All Rights
Director Biography - Grant Maloy Smith

Grant Maloy Smith is a Billboard Top 10 recording artist and MusicRow Country Breakout charting songwriter of American Roots music. His album APPALACHIA: AMERICAN STORIES, earned rave reviews from Americana Highways, MusicRow Magazine, Bluegrass Today, Roots Music Report, and more. His previous album, DUST BOWL: AMERICAN STORIES, spent 17 weeks on the Billboard charts, including eleven weeks in the Top 10. Grant made his Carnegie Hall debut in 2018 and has won numerous awards, including two Grammy® certificates. He made a second appearance at Carnegie Hall in April 2022, and Lincoln Center in 2021. In 2022 he released a critically-acclaimed Christmas album called, THE CHRISTMAS HEART: ROOTS MUSIC FOR THE HOLIDAYS. In 2020 he was inducted into the Indie Music Hall of Fame in Hollywood.

Critics have raved about his music, including NO DEPRESSION magazine:

“… lyrics and music as potent as Woody Guthrie ... A reminder of the darker period of Bob Dylan, and it’s that good, that memorable…”.


“If you took a few ounces of Willie Nelson and Jimmie Dale Gilmore, mixed them carefully Grant Maloy Smith would appear ... One day we’ll be talking about how Grant Maloy Smith is a national treasure – like John Prine. I’d be the first to say it’s so.”

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Director Statement

I enjoy writing and directing my own music videos. To me they represent the fuller expression of what I had in mind musically.