Scott Pallot

  • Macon, GA 31210, USA
Band: Cover 00's 60's 70's 80's 90's


Scott has toured the globe and called Nashville his home base before moving to Georgia. Quite flexible, he’s performed for three Presidential Inaugurations, the Olympics as well as Nashville’s premier listening room, the Bluebird Cafe... He not only performs cover tunes from James Taylor to Train but is also writes his own songs that range in ages from eight to eighty. While playing the Nashville scene in the nineties, he signed with a children’s label (Jimmy Jangle Records) and took the stage name Scooter. In one short year, Scooters album “Calling All Kids” was nominated for a Grammy and captured the Parent’s Choice Recording Honors. His second album “Miles of Smiles” won the American Library Assn. Most Notable Children’s Recording. Seven of his song from the first two albums played in rotation on a 24-hour Children’s Satellite Network; including his smash hit “Super Duper Dancing Sneakers” which spent six months on Radio Aahs(Radio Disney) Top Ten. His music is currently being played throughout the country on digital cable’s Music Choice channels. He was also included in a compilation CD with Michael Jackson, Mariah Carey, and Robin Williams. As Scooter, he also enjoys touring with “Kidstock”, a troupe comprised of some the finest names in children’s entertainment. Scott has enjoyed producing the music for his brothers (Flip Pallot) award-winning ESPN show “Walkers Caye Chronicles”, and is now producing the music for his new show on the VERSUS sports channel “Flip Pallot Fishing the Keys”. During his career in music he has enjoyed sharing the stage with, Marshall Tucker, Charlie Daniels Band, Doctor John, Sub Dudes, Heart, Yoko Ono Band, Fresh Out,Tom Scholtz (Boston), Dobie Gray, Styx, Grand Funk Railroad, Iron Butterfly, Steppenwolf, Loose Skrews, Christopher Cross, Jefferson Starship, Sammy Hagar, Blue Oyster Cult, Badfinger, America, Mitch Ryder, Jim Kimball, Joan Jett, Black Hearts, Rare E arth, Crystal Gale ,Richie Havens, The Chambers Brothers, Three Dog Night, Dwight Yoakam and Waylon Jennings.

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