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Scott H. Biram

Scott H. Biram offers up a unique blend of "real" country, old-school acoustic blues, and punk, with influences ranging from Minor Threat and Slayer to Bill Monroe and Mississippi Fred McDowell. Biram is a one-man band, playing all his songs on a 1959 Gibson hollow body guitar and an amplified "stomp board," yet each song is unique, and Biram dishes out a rare sense of self-confidence and independence rivaled by the originators of outlaw country music themselves.

Describing his music as "the b**tard child of punk, blues, country, hillbilly, bluegrass, chain gang, metal, and classic rock," Biram was born in Lockhart, TX and grew up in Prairie Lea (a small town of less than 250 residents) and San Marcos (a city of 50,000 not far from Austin). While in high school, Biram joined a local punk rock band called the Thangs, and did shows with them after moving on to college (Biram earned a degree in fine arts from Southwest Texas State University). As he developed a taste for roots music (in particular Lightnin' Hopkins and Doc Watson), he played with a pair of bluegrass bands during his college days, Scott Biram & the Salt Peter Boys and Bluegrass Drive-By.

In the late 1990s, Biram adopted his aggressive one-man-band performing style, and released his first album, This is Kingsbury?, in 2000 on his own KnuckleSandwich Records label. Another self-released album, Preachin' and Hollerin', appeared in 2002. In 2003, Biram was nearly killed when his truck was involved in a head-on collision with a semi on a Texas highway. While confined to his bed, Biram recorded an EP, Rehabilitation Blues, and less than two months after the accident, Biram played a legendary show at Austin's Continental Club, performing on-stage in a wheelchair with IVs still dangling from his arms. The Continental show defined Biram's relentless and rebellious image, and he hit the road hard, playing up to 200 dates a year and releasing records at a steady pace. Biram's 2004 album The Dirty Old One Man Band attracted the attention of "insurgent country" label Bloodshot Records, who released a revised edition of the disc in 2005. Since then, Biram has divided his time between his punishing road schedule and recording new music for Bloodshot, turning out four albums (Graveyard Shift, Something's Gone/Lost Forever, Bad Ingredients and Nothin' But Blood) and a pair of singles between 2006 and 2014. ~ Megan Frye, Rovi
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Gonna see SHB tomorrow. WHISKEY!!!
Get it Scott! Put her on the high side and hammer down
big3smallss
this man is f**king wonderful
Seen him open for clutch in 2000 something blew my f&#kin mind Scott h. Biram is the only station on my pandora
drbutler0
As good as it gets!
Great f**king song
Just saw this man live last night and it was f**king brilliant!
This song is the s#!t
Scott is a god! Blew my mind with his music! I can't wait till I can go see him live.
F**king finally Scott!
great music
glad to hear my hillbilly friend scott biram on pandora !
Long Live the Armadillo! I saw Scott at a little dive bar, totally blew me away! Too bad I got kicked out for spittin dip on the floor befor he was done.
f**kin sick.....
Just saw him play last night in MPLS...f*cki n amazing!
I love Scott Biram more than ANY A YALL!
kickass!!!

he's almost as good as Bob Log III. amazing live
Rocks vehemently.
k.palgue
saw him in boston opening for someone that i don't remember. he was awesome, awesome, awesome
wfancher2000
good stuff
seanclarkw
I saw him in Tallahassee, he f*ckin rocked!
Saw him and Cashman on 3 consecutive shows this year. Wild a** show!
kappwgp2001
saw him at Finnigans wake in Alexandria LA awesome!
Saw this dude in Oklahoma city and it was the coolest thing ever.
Nice sh*t!
Missed his recent Big Sur show but I'll definitely see him next time he comes around! Such a badass!
Best live show you will EVER see! Eyes-rollin' , foot-poundin g , whiskey-swea t i n g , Scott will open your eyes 'til YOU SEE THE LIGHT!
So happy a friend reccomended him to me! Can not wait to see him LIVE!
This guy rocks so hard. One of the most energy laden shows I've ever been to and he's the only dude on stage. Phenomenal!! !
bad-a**. been waitin' for this. hallelujah.
SHB is the s**t...thats all.....the end.
blackbug56
not me!
trect85
The best show you will ever see
awwwwwwwww yeah.
huxlife
ponder refers to this man as a "Gent"

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