Scott Yancey Avett (born in Cheyenne, Wyoming in 1976) is one of the lead singers and founding members of the folk-rock band, The Avett Brothers. Avett primarily plays the banjo but also plays harmonica, drums, piano, acoustic guitar and electric guitar for the band based out of Concord, North Carolina. In 2008, their album, The Second Gleam, reached the ten spot on Billboard.com's Top Independent Albums Chart, and stayed there for three weeks.
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- The Coo Coo Song - 9 plays
- Where have all the average people gone - (4:00) - 3 plays
- the new love song - (4:21) - 3 plays
- Pearly Gates - (2:58) - 6 plays
- November Blue - (6:07) - 9 plays
- Greensboro Woman - (2:26) - 2 plays
- The Greatest Sum - (3:16) - 2 plays
- Untitled #1 - (3:17) - 14 plays
- Halo - (4:14) - 2 plays
- If I Get Murdered In The City (Live) - (2:37) - 1 plays
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