Four guys on a stage. Instruments and equipment. That's all it takes to put together a band these days. But - you never know what you're going to get. Not so with The Scott Little Band - these four guys and their instruments have mastered the art of blending their styles to create one of the best alternative country bands now playing in the southeast.

Having played with national acts such as Radney Foster, Wet Willie, Little Texas and The Indigo Girls, as well as regional successes The Zac Brown Band and Corey Smith, they've gained the reputation of being the right guys for the job. Spending two months at the top of the chart at with their hit "Little Bit of Rain", the band gained national exposure and countless new fans. Their seemingly endless catalog of standards and current songs coupled with quality originals will entertain to the very end, and leave you wanting more.

From heart-wrenching ballads to rocking guitars, the Scott Little Band will capture your spirit and run with it. Going along for the ride just gives you the best seat in the house.

my Hometown-Bruce Robison
gimme shelter-rolling stones
dead flowers-rolling stones
Foldin'Money-Radney Foster
dixieland delight-alabama
ramblin man-allman bros
soulshine-allman bros
Ain't Wastin Time No More-Allman Bros.
right where i need to be-Gary Allen
Some Kind of Wonderful-Grand Funk Railroad
for what it's worth-buffalo springfield
walking in memphis-marc cohn
alabama-cross canadien ragweed
Boys From Oklahoma-Cross Canadien Ragweed
There goes another Love song-The Outlaws
copperhead road-steve earle
Resurrection-Wade Bowen/Blu Edmonson
Tupelo Honey-Van Morrison
And it stoned me-Van Morrison
dixie chicken-little feat
Willin'-little feat
needle and the spoon-skynyrd
24 hours at at time-Marshall Tucker
fire on the mountain-Marshall tucker
I'll Be- Edwin McCain
angel from mongomery-john prine
dock of the bay-otis redding
reno-Blake Shelton
ain't to pround to beg-temptations
let's get it on-marvin gaye
whiskey bent and hell bound-hank jr
Family Tradition-Hank Jr
I'm So Lonesome I could Cry-Hank Sr.
Jambalaya-Hank Sr.
signed sealed delivered-stevie wonder
to love somebody-bee gees-flying burritio brothers
train song-allgood
real thing-jupiter coyote
come pick me up-Ryan Adams
New York, New York-Ryan Adams
16 days-whiskeytown
are you sure hank done it this way - waylon
lonsome onry and mean-waylon
great day to be alive-travis tritt
It ain't easy being me-chris knight
Framed-Chris Knight
fooled around and fell in love-Elvin Bishop
fishin in the dark-nitty gritty band
Take it Easy-Eagles
Carry On-Pat Green
Wave on Wave-Pat Green
Why Why WHy-Billy Currington
Straight to Hell- Drivin' n' Cryin'
Lot of leavin left to do-dierks bentley
Pink Houses-John Cougar
Sweet Home Alabama(of course!)
Two more bottles of wine-Delbert Mclinton
I will not go quietly-Don Henley
Texas in 1880-Foster and Lloyd
Road Goes On forever-Robert Earl Keen Jr.
El Currito Place-Charlie Robison
Suagaree-Grateful Dead
franklin's Tower-Grateful Dead
Should've Been A Cowboy- Toby Keith
Folsom Prison Blues-Johnny Cash
Whiskey River-Willie Nelson
You Ain't Goin' Nowhere- Bob Dylan
I'm Much Young(too be this damn old)-Garth Brooks
Mama Tried-Merle Haggard
Finger on the Trigger-Brandon Jenkins
My girl-The Temptations

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