When it comes to entertainment, Gary Scott is a singer/songwriter who knows how to deliver. His music is as varied as his audience. With only his vocals and his guitar, he does what few entertainers have been able to accomplish. Audiences are captivated, not only because of his vocal flexibility, but also by his unique guitar styling. When Gary performs, it feels as if a whole band is on stage. From Hank Williams Sr. to Lonestar, Marty Robbins thru Eric Clapton, James Taylor to Roy Orbison, the list goes on and on. Gary's talent takes you on a new voyage with every song.
For more years than he cares to admit, Gary has been filling requests. Whether doing crowd pleasing cover tunes, or creating new favorites with his original music, he'll make you laugh, cry, or just plain feel good. It's hard to believe so much music can come from just one man and his guitar.
In Nevada: "MEN OF THE WEST AND MARLA" quartet with The GONE COUNTRY EXTRAVAGANZA STARRING REX ALLEN JR. at "The Orleans Casino" in Las Vegas , (lead vocalist/ guitarist)
"Gary Scott" at the"Big Horn Casino" Las Vegas, NV. (Solo Act)
"Satin & Sage" trio at the Rancho Mesquite Casino Mesquite, NV. (Feature vocalist/ guitarist)
"Gary & Marla" duet at the Gold Rush Casino Laughlin, NV. Feature vocalist/ guitarist)
"Gary & Marla" Oasis RV Resort, Las Vegas, NV. (Feature vocalist/ guitarist)
"Gary Scott" Sunset Casino, Las Vegas, NV. (Feature vocalist / guitarist)
Personal Appearances With Rex Allen Jr. on The Country Gold Show in Casper WY, and Belvidere, IL.
Resorts, Restaurants, Lounges and conventions, in Branson: Crown Plaza, Fall Creek Resort, Sunset Cove Resort, Rock Lane Lodge
The Crown Plaza's "McGuffey's Lounge", “The Outback Restaurant” “McGuffey's Restaurant And Lounge”, “McGuffey's Steak House & Saloon”, ”The Pub” "Kountry Kitchen", "The Roy Clark Theater", "Tommys Place" (and several more.)
In Nashville, TN: “The Blue Bird Cafe”, “The Stock Yards”, “The Courtyard Cafe”
In SpringField, MO: "The Players Club" , "The Elbow Room ", "D.W. Dawgs", "Mulligans", "The Top Of The Key", "C's", "Geno's", "The Shady Inn", , "The Springfield Elks Club", "The Ramada Inn", "The Shiners Club of Springfield"