Scarlet Keys is a songwriting professor at the Berklee College of Music. She was a full-time staff songwriter for Warner Chappell Music/The New Company for two years in Nashville, and has written and performed with some of the best songwriters, producers, and artists in Nashville and Sweden. Her recordings include "Gonna Dance," cowritten with recording artist Anna Wilson, "I Wanna Be Rich" by Canadian artist Krysta Scoggins, and "So Much Love to Make" by Swedish artist Jill Johnson, which went gold in its first month. Scarlet is a talented and nationally touring vocalist and pianist. She has played solo piano for the past fourteen years in San Diego, Nashville, Boston, and New Hampshire. She has performed with Anna Wilson and with the hit songwriter/producer Monty Powell at the New Orleans Arena at the Bass Masters Classic for ESPN. She released her first CD, Pieces, in 2000 and is planning another CD of original music this year. Keys graduated from the Berklee College of Music in 1991.