Wednesday, March 8, 2017
Scoot Horton and Tim Feeney
47 East Main Street, Beacon, NY 12508
phone: (845) 202-7500
Come out for some great food and great music.
Scoot Horton - “Old Punks Don’t Die, They Go Country” is not only a line in one of Scoot Horton’s songs, but it describes Scoot as well. After spending 20 years playing and touring in various punk bands Scoot unplugged his guitar and went acoustic, releasing his debut CD “Six 2 Seven” to positive reviews in 2015. Scoot spent much time in the New York City Hardcore Punk scene, some of that influence naturally comes out in songs like “Life and Hope” and “Bank Man.” And people have noticed. He has been described as the Sex Pistols meet Woody Guthrie. Which makes sense because Scoot’s influences are Bob Dylan, Johnny Rotten, Joe Strummer, and the Carter Family. Scoot plays folk/country as he hears it and what he writes comes with an edge.
Tim Feeney- is usually the frontman (singer/guitar) for the band Phones and the Lonely Leaves but sometimes he steps out on his own to play a show. Tim is a great front man and a great songwriter. He writes about growing up, heartache and loss, and that last girl in the bar.