Scotty Meyer Band
Scotty Meyer Band
Upon moving to the Fox Valley he began playing with Sonic Circus as lead guitarist in 2006 and after several nominations Sonic won cover band of the year in 2009 by the WAMI Organization. Scotty was also a member of Geoff Landon and the Wolfpack, 2008 and 2009 WAMI country band of the year. In 2009 Scotty also began his career with the polka band The Happy Schnapp's Combo as lead guitarist SGT. Roxzoff.
The Happy Schnapp's is well known for their national hit songs, Fleet Farm and Da Bear's Still Suck. He has been nominated by the WAMI's for guitarist of the year in 2008, 2009, and 2011. He has released two solo albums, Caught By Surprise and Pay The Price. You can find his full band schedule of all his projects on his tour page.
Scotty loves to entertain and in his spare time he continues to work on his music and gives guitar lessons "Paying dues and rocking the blues," sums up guitarist Scotty Meyer's career. Drawing inspiration from the guitar-slinging greats like Stevie Ray Vaughn, Eric Clapton, Jimi Hendrix and a host of others, Scotty learned their licks and pushed the art even further with his own passionate style. Hitting the Midwest tavern and blues scene since his late teens, Scotty has honed his skills and created a new sound that is drawing attention from casual partiers to hard-core guitar aficionados. "Slowcut," Scotty's first all-original CD, introduced him to fans across the country. Scotty's latest CD, "Pay the Price," contains new takes on his soulful and sultry originals, as well as introducing new songs with a tight rocking edge that brings crowds to their feet.
Scotty also keeps his fingers from cooling down between gigs by handling guitar duties for the burgeoning party band, "Sonic Circus." 2007 brings a new lineup featuring David Geschke (ROAD TRIP) on bass and Greg Thiel (Pat McDonald, Paul Black) on drums. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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