Some of the most tunefully appealing songs were written by guitarist Alan Scott.”

— Mike Joyce, Washington Post


Alan Scott is singer-songwriter from Washington, D.C. His music is a blend of pop, alternative rock, funk, and a splash of brit pop, featuring world-class musicianship and critically-acclaimed songwriting. Unfailingly melodic and heart felt, his songs have often been described by first time listeners as “beautiful”. His songs ultimately speak to the power of love, celebration, and compassion for all.  

The Alan Scott Band currently performs regionally at various festivals and venues. Available CD’s include “Wake Up Your Stereo”.  

Early musical influences include James Brown, Stevie Wonder, Temptations, Earth Wind & Fire, and 70’s funk. These influences grew to include Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, The Police, and Prince.  

Alan’s music video, “You Only See Me When I’m Gone,” became viral in 2016 with half a million views. This landmark event was followed by interviews, appearance, and performances on television, radio, and social media platforms. It was also shared by Aloe Blacc, Vernon Reid, and John Popper.  

In the past two years, Alan has opened for Jake Clemons of the Legendary E Street Band, Iconic rock giants Living Colour, and was the inaugural band of Moogfest 2017. Over the years, Alan Scott has shared the stage with diverse artists - everyone from James Brown to Hot Tuna, Cheap Trick, Everclear, Vertical Horizon, and Moody Blues.  

Alan’s new single “Colors In A Dream” is to be released in October 2018. It’s powerful message will reach an even wider audience and broaden his appeal. To learn more about “Colors In A Dream”,

Mike Tony Echols 

MikeTonyEchols(MTE) is definitely on the DC metro Scene. 

He has Toured with Calvin Richardson (UK Tour), Traci Hamlin, Sista Monica Parker (the lioness of the Blue), Mighty Mike Schermer Band, Skunk Baxter, MaryAnn Redmond, Jaime Fox (Nashville) Singer-Songwriter, Less Traveled, Sean Rickman, Meritxell, Jaared Arosemena too name a few.

Sean Rickman

Rickman exhibited innate musical abilities and was considered a musical prodigy with a remarkable sense of meter. Surrounded by the musical influence of his family, Rickman is said to have begun playing drums around age 1, as he began to learn to walk. Throughout primary school and high school, Sean excelled as a musician both intramurally and extramurally.

This is all original music, really gorgeous stuff, from chapel-rock sweet as honey to pounding rap-like riffs, then it goes acoustic like a James Taylor love ballad, or bounces to an Island rhyme such as 'Warmth of Paradise.'”

— Washington Times