The Scott Little Band
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The Scott Little Band

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Now and When
Living With the Truth
Barbed Wire and Engine Blocks



Scott Little is really no different than anyone else. He lives life - the good with the bad - and he takes those experiences in, turning them into musical pictures and stories. And you find yourself wanting to hear more.

Broken hearts, long distances and glimmers of hope are the elements that come together, sometimes all at the same time. What makes any of this unique? A turn of a phrase, an image from a verse or maybe a melody that just gets stuck in your head. But whatever it is, you know that it's something genuine - he's been through it and he knows you have, too.

And while all this sinks in, there's an opportunity to recognize the path that Scott took to get here. Influences ranging from David Ruffin of the Temptations, to the Allman Brothers, to Merle Haggard and James Taylor - all of these converged on Scott at a very young age, and have continued to lend themselves to his style. Cementing his desire to learn to play guitar were the hours he spent watching and listening to his father play, and singing was a natural progression from there...."I just assumed that if you played guitar you had to sing and write songs also. So actually, the latter two were merely by accident."

An accident - maybe so, but from his debut release "Storyteller" to his latest "Living With the Truth", Scott lets us know that he's mastered the craft. The title alone tells you that sometimes life isn't always what it should be - but it makes us who we are. Songs like "High Life" offer that feeling of knowing when it's right, while "Sunday Night on Broadway" takes you to the depths of loneliness, and "Little Bit of Rain" - an emotional duet with Emily Saliers of the Indigo Girls - gives you that one shred of hope that things will always get better.

With producer Glenn Matullo (Shawn Mullins, Indigo Girls, Collective Soul) at the helm, "Living With the Truth" has become a testament to Scott's experiences, his talent and his desire to take life as it comes. All at once.

Forming a solid foundation for Scott's guitar and vocals are Colin Blakely on drums, and Charles Gaston on bass. Colin and Charles have been playing together as a rhythm section since 1992, touring extensively around the Southeast with a number of regional artists. Trey Thompson, on guitar, played for years with a high-profile Country band doing extended engagements at many of the larger clubs in the state. Trey compliments Scott's playing with his own blend of mouth-watering tone and searing leads, adding depth and diversity to the band's sound. Together, these four make every show a testament that friendship and music create a chemistry that demands to be heard.

The band's latest album, "Barbed Wire and Engine Blocks", is expected for release in the Spring of 2009.

Keep checking back for the latest updates on the band, as well as some insight into the new album from the guys themselve