Southern Culture On The Skids PROFILE

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Formed: 1983
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Southern Culture On The Skids
Biography

Southern Culture on the Skids, also sometimes known as SCOTS, is an American rock band that was formed in 1983 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. The band consists of Rick Miller, Dave Hartman, and Mary Huff.

Contents

1 Musical style,
2 Musical themes,
3 Other media,
4 Members
4.1 Current,
4.2 Former,
,
5 Discography
5.1 Albums,
5.2 Singles / E.P.s / demos,
5.3 Guest appearances,
,
6 Notes,
7 External links,

Musical style:
Stylistically, SCOTS gravitate towards the rockabilly, surf rock, country music, and R&B genres, with a punk edge and outrageous humor thrown in.

Musical themes:
SCOTS' music is generally very upbeat, as they usually write and perform songs about dancing, sex, and fried chicken, which are main themes in songs such as "Cheap Motels," "Soul City," and "Eight Piece Box." They are also known for their live shows, which often include throwing fried chicken and banana pudding into the audience, and audience members invited to dance onstage. As a general rule, they are not hostile toward non-commercial taping of their shows.

Other media:
The band appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno in 1995, performing "Camel Walk" from their album Dirt Track Date. They have also appeared numerous times on Late Night with Conan O'Brien. The song "Soul City" was heard in the 1996 film Happy Gilmore, as well as the 2005 Dukes Of Hazzard movie. The song "White Trash" is featured in the soundtrack for the 1996 film Beavis and Butt-head Do America. The song "Camel Walk" is used in the 1996 movie Flirting with Disaster, the 1997 movie Perdita Durango, and the 2009 movie Schwerkraft. It also was used on the first season of the TV show Psych in the episode "Weekend Warriors." "My Baby's Got the Strangest Ways" appears on the soundtrack to the 1997 slasher film I Know What You Did Last Summer. The band can also be seen performing the song on a beach party in the movie. Three of their songs, "King of the Mountain", "Cheap Motels" and "The Corn Rocket" appeared on the soundtrack to the 2001 film Super Troopers. The song "Smiley Yeah Yeah Yeah" appears on the soundtrack to the 2004 Major League Baseball video game MLB 2005. The track "40 Miles to Vegas" appeared on the EA Sports video game NASCAR 07. The song "White Trash" appears in the trailer for the 2011 movie The Goon.

Members:

Current:
Rick Miller (Vocals, Guitar),
Dave Hartman (Percussion),
Mary Huff (Vocals, Bass guitar),

Former:
Stan Lewis,
Leslie Land,
Chip Shelby,
Chris Bess,
Tim Barnes

Sunday • February 25, 2018
02/25/2018 – High Dive
Event Time: 8:00pm
Southern Culture On The Skids High Dive

Southern Culture On The Skids Videos (15)

"Too Much Pork For Just One Fork"
"Banana Puddin"
"Liquored Up And Lacquered Down"
"Deja Varoom"
"Put Your Teeth Up On The Window Sill"
": Demon Death"
"Bloodsucker"
"8 Piece Box"
"Make Mayan A Hawaiian"
"House Of Bamboo"
"Country Funk"
"Lovearama"
"Earthmover"
"40 Miles To Vegas"
"House Of Bamboo"

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