Hunter Ramseur and Scott McCall
Hunter Ramseur and Scott McCall have just joined forces to form a special singing duo. Hunter and Scott met in 1969 at the University of Georgia at the beginning of a Master’s program in Rehabilitation Counseling. This soon developed into a deep and lasting friendship. The two share many interest and skills that span a wide spectrum including service to individuals with disabilities. Hunter currently is a Research Scientist for the Center for Assistive Technology and Environmental Access at Georgia Institute of Technology. His primary focus is in the area of assistive technology and independent living for people with disabilities. Scott has just retired from the American Foundation for the Blind where he served as Regional Vice President and Atlanta Office Director. Both have devoted their vocational life to helping people with disabilities find greater independence and personal enrichment. Scott plans to continue serving the disability population as an independent consultant using his skills to develop greater understanding of the unique needs of those with special limitations.
Musically, the two come from very similar backgrounds with performers like James Taylor and Gordon Lightfoot providing a significant influence on their present musical style. Hunter has a CD out called My Father’s Child (http://www.equilt.com/hunter.html) that includes 11 original songs mostly about relationships; family and spiritual. Scott and Hunter are just beginning to collaborate on songwriting projects and hope to return to the studio for a joint venture in the near future. Their goal now is to write and perform songs that speak to the human condition and the power of family and spiritual values for helping people rise above adverse conditions.