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The best kept secret in music


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Can't Take No More (Debut album) is played on radio stations through out Europe and the States. It was recently number 3 in the iTunes Blues chart.


Feeling a bit camera shy


Scott McKeon’s debut album, “Can’t Take No More”,
(produced by Jesse Davey of The Hoax) is a blistering blues
power release, showing just where contemporary blues
recordings should be going.

Since picking up his first guitar at the age of four, Scott McKeon has devoted himself to the mastery of his craft and can now be considered to be one of the most gifted and naturally talented guitarist, singer/songwriters emerging on the UK blues rock scene. He plays with the technical expertise and passion that is the envy of musicians many years his senior.

Born in 1986, Scott has achieved much to date. At the age of just seven he made his debut on national TV, and has since appeared on many TV shows and regional news programmes. The 1998 winner of Guitarist Magazine’s “Young Guitarist of the Year” title, Scott is already listed as one of the 27 best blues guitar players in the world on Google, and has had one of the tracks off his album used on the latest Impulse viral ad. Still just 20 years old, Scott has already graced the stage of the legendary Antones (where he has an open invitation to return), as well as sharing performance space with Buddy Guy, Sonny Landreth and the North Mississippi Allstars.

Scott and his band, consisting of Ben Jones on drums and Geoff Lai on bass and backing vocals, have been plying their trade quietly but successfully for the past 18-months and have already played on the main stage at the Colne Great British Rhythm & Blues Festival and Bishopstock, where they were voted talent finalists and became the first unsigned band to play the main stage as well as being featured on Paul Jones’ BBC Radio Two show.

You can hear SVR and Jimi Hendrix influences but Scott’s solos are fresh and to the point leaving the song and melody to breath. “Can’t Take No More” contains all original songs.