William Scott & SILVERADO

William Scott & SILVERADO

BandCountryRock

William Scott & SILVERADO are an originals and cover band playing a variety of New and Classic Country mixed with Blues and Rock N' Roll.

Biography

SILVERADO was created in October of 2008. Founding members William Scott and Jamie Ganote had previously played together with a local "bar" band and were ready to start something "new" and "fresh". Taking everything that the two of them had learned over the years playing with different bands in regards to style, music, gimmicks, etc., the duo wanted to bring back the fun of the 80's and 90's honkytonk music, add some good old Southern Rock, a touch of the Blues and some Rock N' Roll then mix it up with what they love the most, entertainment. After some time off in 2008, the duo started searching for the "right combination" of musicians to complete the project. Luckily, former bandmate and established Bassist, Ricky Mullins had become available. Ricky was eager to join the new project and has become a vital part of the band. Now the only part left was the position of Lead Guitarist. The trio decided that it was time to find more than just the average "strummer" and "beer joint picker." A TRUE guitarist was needed for what the trio had planned. Someone not afraid of a challenge in regards to new music and old. Enter, Rick Randlett. The "Blues Man" himself is a schooled guitarist with a degree in music education. Ricks talents go beyond that of your everyday guitar player. He not only plays Lead, but he also plays Dobro, Slide, Pedal Steele, Banjo and many more! He owns his very own recording studio and is a sound and lighting engineer!

SILVERADO is working hard to gain fans in the immediate area of Live Oak and Suwannee County Florida. They hope, in time, that their "area" will span all over Florida and the South Eastern U.S. Only time will tell.

Set List

We do a WIDE variety of Country and Rock tunes. Our sets will vary depending on the venue. We can "custom tailor" our show to your venues needs.