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Scoot has been one of the most sought after musicians in the Charlotte area for nearly 2 decades!  One full listen to Lake Montonia Road, his latest release, and you realize pretty quickly that Scoot can do it all. He can write a mean folk song (“Grandpa’s Shoes”), and can even play the blues (“Word on the Street”). He knows when to funk it up (“Fatback”), and you better believe this blue-eyed soulster knows when to serve up some of that Southern soul (“Lake Montonia Road”) and gospel (“Laughin’ at the Devil”) from deep within.

Scoot was raised on a steady diet of old 45’s and vinyl records, in addition to the church music his “Mama” would play around the house. No matter what the music was he heard growing up, it seems to have soaked in.

There is no question that Scoot Pittman is a very talented guy. He has the ability to create the kind of music that forces you to either exercise your body and/or your mind. As you can see below, he can perform almost ANY types of cover material, so the versatility is there for him to create whatever kind of vibe your event calls for. He can Perform Solo, Duo and has a full band “the Get Go” for all types of engagements.

Scoot has been a musician his entire life and traveled the U.S. and Canada with many great bands over the years, having the privilege of making hundreds of long lasting musical and creative friends.  He’s been performing in excess of 300 shows a year for nearly the past 20 years.

2008 Fidelitorium Sessions
2008 Sooner or Later These Will Be…SMASH HITS
2007 Scoot Pittman EP
2006 Lake Montonia Road
2003 Up Down Across & Back
2000 Natural High
1998 Listen to This
1996 Pork Rinds & Cream Soda
1996 Lorena EP Compilation CD’s including:
1996 106.5 The End Vol. 1
2008 105.9 The Mountain “Rock the Cause” Vol. 1
2008 Oasis Radio Sampler Vol. VIII
2007 88.7 WNCW Crowd Around The Mic Vol. 10
2000 Awarestore Ear Snacks Vol. 5
2000 Carolina Music Compilation Vol. 1

Independently sold over 20,000 CD’s; Digital Downloads at Itunes, CDBaby and more.
Google: Scoot Pittman

Toured with – Average White Band, Kool & the Gang, Angie Aparo, Live, Big Audio Dynamite, Col. Bruce Hampton, Cowboy Mouth, Jammed w/ Greg Allman, Jammed w/Edwin McCain, The Original Marshall Tucker Band, Blackfoot, Charlie Daniels Band, The Dixie All-Stars, Super Grit, Derek St. Holmes (Ted Nugent), Whitford/St. Holmes (Aerosmith/Ted Nugent), Ratt, & LA Guns.
– Has played drums in numerous clinics with many great musicians including Guitarist Frank Hannon (Tesla) Started performing live (radio/concerts) at age 12; Studio musician vocals, drums and guitar on numerous CD’s by other artists.
– Starred in commercials and infomercials.
– Performed @ major sporting events and TV shows.
– Music writer for National Magazine V.I.P. Cityguide.
– Best Band, Best Acoustic Performer, Best Drummer, Best Vocalist awards by numerous publications.
– Voice for Charlotte Checkers Hockey Team theme song
– Music is featured on National & International flights, and major shopping malls around the world, specifically Abercrombie & Fitch and The GAP Stores.

Scoot Pittman is a singer/songwriter who displays an emotive (read: genuine), bluesy acoustic soul rock sentiment which showcases a nice streetwise eclectic sound. He plays all the aforementioned elements with a live and kickin’ attitude, and there’s no reason why he can’t be a star on the touring jam band circuit~ Samir Shukla – Creative Loafing

Instead of describing the show, I’ll give you a few adjectives: quick on the uptake, pure quality, up to snuff, all there, on the ball, scintillating, glorious, dazzling, splendid, splendiferous, magnificent, marvelous, palatable, recherché, sensational, stupendous, superb, undefiled, in a class by oneself… NUFF SAID? I would definitely recommend Scoot Pittman for everyone. If ya don’t believe me…go see him yourself and/or buy a CD~ Topher –

He’s the King of all Charlotte music ~Mr. Bill – WRFX (99.7 the Fox)

“A one-man original, acoustic genius ~

“Scoot Pittman is a Natural ~Erroe Collins – 107.9 (The Link)

A talented, skilled and determined artist. A consummate singer/songwriter who plays drums, bass, guitar and performs solo with the same ease he presents in a band situation ~Debbie “Jet” Jennings – The Herald


Sample Songlist

Alice in Chains – Would
Alice in Chains – Nutshell
Alice in Chains – No Excuses
ALO – Girl I Wanna Lay You Down
Beastie Boys – Fight for Your Right
Beastie Boys – Sabatoge
Beatles  – Come Together
Beatles  – Imagine
Beatles  – Let it Be
Ben Harper – Diamonds on the Inside
Ben Harper  – Steal my Kisses
Bill Withers  – Ain’t no Sunshine
Bill Withers  – Grandma’s Hands
Bill Withers – Lean on Me
Bill Withers  – Use Me
Billy Preston  – Circles
Black Crowes  – Hard to Handle
Black Crowes –  She Talks to Angels
Black Crowes – Wiser Time
Blackstreet – No Diggity
Bob Dylan  – Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door
Bob Seger – Night Moves
Bon Jovi  – Dead or Alive
Bon Jovi – Living on a Prayer
Bon Jovi  – You Can’t Go Home
Bruce Springsteen  – I’m on Fire
Bruno Mars – Lazy Song
Bruno Mars – Locked Out of Heaven
Bruno Mars – Uptown Funk
Bryan Adams – Summer of 69
Commodores  – Brick House
CCR – Bad Moon Rising
CCR – Green River
CCR – Have You Ever Seen the Rain
CCR – Down on the Corner
Curtis Mayfield  – People Get Ready
Daft Funk – Get Lucky
Dave Matthews Band  – Crash
Dave Matthews Band – #41
Delbert McClinton – Standing on Shaky Ground
Doby Gray  – Drift Away
Don Henley  – Boys of Summer
Donavon Frankenreiter – It Don’t Matter
Doobie Brothers  – Long Train Running
Duran Duran – Rio
Eagles  – Already Gone
Eagles  – Hotel California
Eagles  – Peaceful Easy Feeling
Eagles  – Take it easy
Eric Clapton  – Wonderful Tonight
Foo Fighters – Everlong
Gavin Degraw – I Don’t Wanna Be
Hall and Oates  – Sarah Smile
Jace Everette – Bad Things
Jack Johnson – Flake
Jack Johnson – Mud Football
Jack Johnson – Bubble Toes
Jack Johnson – Staple it Together
James Brown  – Get Up/Sex Machine
Jane’s Addiction – Jane Says
Jane’s Addiction – Been Caught Stealin’
Jesus Jackson – Running on Sunshine
Jimi Hendrix – Little Wing
Jimmy Buffet – A Pirate Looks at Forty
Jimmy Buffet – Margaritaville
John Mayer – Gravity
John Mayer – No Such Thing
John Mayer – Waiting on the World to Change
John Mayer – Why Georgia
John Mellencamp  – Little Pink Houses
Johnny Cash – Cocaine Blues
Johnny Cash – Folsom Prison Blues
KC and the Sunshine Band – Get Down Tonight
Kings of Leon – Sex on Fire
Kings of Leon – Use Somebody
Led Zeppelin – Dancing Days
Linda Ronstadt – Blue Bayou
Lionel Richie – Easy
LMFAO – Sexy and I Know It
Lynryd Skynyrd – Curtis Loew
Lynryd Skynyrd – Simple Man
Lynryd Skynyrd – That Smell
Marshall Tucker Band – Can’t You See
Maroon 5 – This Love
Maroon 5 – Secret
Maroon 5 – She Will be Loved
Maroon 5 – Sunday Morning
Marvin Gaye  – Sexual Healing
Marvin Gaye  – What’s Goin’ On
Michael Jackson – Billy Jean
Mofro – On Fire
Mofro – Ho Cake
Mofro – Lochloosa
Mofro – Mississippi
Mofro – Slow Hot and Sweaty
Mofro – That Boy

Neon Trees – Animal
Nic Cowan – Wrong Side
Oasis – Wonderwall
Old Crow Medicine Show – Wagon Wheel
OneRepublic – Counting Stars
Otis Redding  – Dock of the Bay
Pharrell Williams – Happy
Phil Collins – In the Air Tonight
Phillip Phillips – Gone, Gone, Gone
Pearl Jam – Black
Pearl Jam – Elderly Woman
Prince  – Kiss
Prince – Purple Rain
Prince  – Sign O’ the Times
Radiohead – Fake Plastic Trees
Radiohead – Creep
Radiohead – High and Dry
Ray Charles  – I Got a Woman
Red Hot Chilipeppers – Give it Away
Robert Palmer – Bad Case of Loving You
Robin Thicke – Blurred Lines
Rod Stewart  – Maggie May
Rolling Stones  – Beast of Burden
Rolling Stones – Angie
Seal – Crazy
Shawn Mullins – Light You Up
Shinedown – Second Chance
Sly and the Family Stone – Thank you
Snoop Dog – Gin and Juice
Steve Earle – Copperhead Road
Steve Winwood – Can’t Find My Way Home
Stevie Wonder  – Superstition
Stealer’s Wheel  – Stuck in the Middle with You
Stevie Ray Vaughn  – Pride and Joy
Stevie Ray Vaughn – Cold Shot
Sublime – What I Got
Sublime – Santeria
Sublime – Badfish
Terrence Trent D’Arby  – Wishing Well
The Allman Brothers  – Melissa
The Allman Brothers – Midnight Rider
The Allman Brothers – Whipping Post
The Clash – Should I Stay or Should I Go
The Fixx – One Thing Leads to Another
The Police – Every Breath You Take
The Police – Roxanne
The Police – Message in a Bottle
The Police – Wrapped Around Your Finger
The Police – When the World is Running Down
The Police – Driven to Tears
The Police – Walking on the Moon
The Police – Walking in Your Footsteps
The Who  – Squeeze Box
Tom Petty  – I Won’t Back Down
Tom Petty  – Running Down A Dream
Tom Petty – Last Dance with Mary Jane
Tom Petty – Free Falling
Train – Marry Me
Train – Meet Virginia
U2 – With or Without You
V-Roy’s – Cold Beer Hello
V-Roy’s – Lie I Believe
Van Halen  – Ice Cream Man
Van Morrison – And it Stoned Me
Van Morrison  – Brown Eyed Girl
Van Morrison  – Crazy Love
Van Morrison  – Into the Mystic
Van Morrison – Moon Dance
Van Morrison –Wild Night
Violent Femmes – Blister in the Sun
Warren Haynes – Soulshine
Weezer – Hash Pipe
Wild Cherry  – Play That Funky Music
Wilson Pickett  – Mustang Sally
Young MC – Bust a Move
Zac Brown Band – Chicken Fried
Zac Brown Band – Keep Me in Mind
Zac Brown Band –  Overnight
Zac Brown Band – Toes
Zac Brown Band – Whatever it is
Zac Brown Band – Free
311 – All Mixed Up
99 Problems – Jay-Z

Billy Currington – Let Me Down Easy
David Allan Coe – You Never Even Called Me by My Name
Garth Brooks – Friends in Low Places
George Jones – Tennessee Whiskey
Kenny Chesney – You and Tequila
Kenny Chesney – Somewhere with You
Kenny Chesney – Come Over
Johnny Cash  – Cocaine Blues
Johnny Cash  – Folsom Prison Blues
Keith Urban  – Somebody Like You

Bob Marley – I Shot the Sherriff
Bob Marley  – Three Little Birds
Bob Marley  – Get Up Stand Up
Bob Marley  – No Woman No Cry
Bob Marley – Redemption Song

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