Screamin’ Scott

Weekdays 3:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m

WCSX's Screamin Scott's Band Chit

If you didn’t know already, “CHIT” is my local cover band for 10 years. We’ve been all over the Motor City in local bars and even the main stage at local festivals like Arts, Beats & Eats warming up for national acts like Cheap Trick, Guess Who & even Salt & Peppa. I, Screamin’ Scott, am the lead singer, cowbell player, and lead triangle player for the band.

It was CHIT’s first stop on our second farewell tour at Road Rangers Music Venue in Taylor. Honestly, what an astounding venue. This venue’s stage and sound system are incredible from a musician’s perspective. Lights and sound rival the bigger venues, they had local band merch lining the walls. It was a great rock and roll atmosphere.

The night started well. Myself and the other band members loaded in after 6 pm…  From my band, Jack Riot and I were the first to arrive. Don’t believe the folklore that the lead singers don’t move any gear from the band. It’s not true at all as I actually have more than just a mic stand and mic. Next to arrive was my bass player, Michael Sheehan, who joined CHIT this past year. Then Jimi Boom Boom Bowman and Erik Blundell guitar god were ready to rock.

The doors opened at 7’Oclock and it was great to see new faces in the crowd along with our die-hard Chit fans known as, “Chitheads”. We even had fans from our eastside shows that made the venture! After the pre-concert beverage hour, our band took to the stage. Recently, we have been opening with an Alice Cooper tune that sets the mood for the night, “Under My Wheels”. There was a full house of people who rocked with us all night long throughout our 3, hour-long sets which has close to 40 songs to make up a full Chit show.

One thing that stood out to me from our first show was, as I stated earlier, how amazing the Road Rangers Music Venue in Taylor, Michigan was. I live on the eastside and it took a short 35-minute drive to get to the venue and honestly, I have to say it is worth every second to play in such a wonderful venue. I, without a doubt, invite other local bands to book a show at the Road Rangers Music venue. The Band Chit has already booked more shows there on this tour. Thanks to all who came out for show #1 on the tour for the almost greatest band around!

Upcoming CHIT 2nd Farewell Tour Shows:

January 21st – Winners Bar

February 10th – Kapones

February 11th – Token lounge w Crazy Babies

March 11th – Winners

April 1st – Rogers Roost

April 8th – Jamboozies

April 29th – Road Rangers

May 13th – Winners

July 15th – Winners

September 30th – Winners

November 4th – Winners

More dates are to be added.


33 Albums that Turn 50 in 2023

A number of classic albums celebrate their golden anniversary in 2023. Among the artists with LPs turning 50 in New Year are Pink Floyd, Elton John, the Rolling Stones, Aerosmith, Led Zeppelin, Bruce Springsteen & the E Street band and more!

Scroll below to see 33 albums that turn 50 in 2023.

  • David Bowie - ‘Aladdin Sane’

    Released on April 20, 1973.

  • Pink Floyd - ‘The Dark Side of the Moon’

    Released on March 1, 1973.

  • The Allman Brothers Band - ‘Brothers and Sisters’

    Released in August 1973.

  • The Stooges - ‘Raw Power’

    Released on February 7, 1973.

  • Aerosmith - ‘Aerosmith’

    Released on January 5, 1973.

  • The Who - ‘Quadrophenia’

    Released on October 26, 1973.

  • Stevie Wonder - ‘Innervisions’

    Released on August 3, 1973.

  • Genesis - ‘Selling England by the Pound’

    Released in September 1973.

  • Led Zeppelin - ‘Houses of the Holy’

    Released on March 28, 1973.

  • Alice Cooper - ‘Billion Dollar Babies’

    Released on February 25, 1973.

  • Lynyrd Skynyrd - ‘(Pronounced 'Lĕh-'nérd 'Skin-'nérd)’

    Released on August 13, 1973.

  • Rolling Stones - ‘Goats Head Soup’

    Released on August 31, 1973.

  • Elton John - ‘Goodbye Yellow Brick Road’

    Released on October 5, 1973.

  • Steely Dan - ‘Countdown to Ecstasy’

    Released in July 1973.

  • Paul McCartney and Wings - ‘Band on the Run’

    Released on December 5, 1973.

  • Lou Reed - ‘Berlin’

    Released on October 5, 1973.

  • Dr. John - ‘In the Right Place’

    Released on February 25, 1973.

  • Marvin Gaye - ‘Let’s Get It On’

    Released on August 28, 1973.

  • The Doobie Brothers - ‘The Captain and Me’

    Released on March 2, 1973.

  • Paul McCartney and Wings - ‘Red Rose Speedway’

    Released on April 30, 1973.

  • Emerson, Lake & Palmer - ‘Brain Salad Surgery’

    Released on November 19, 1973.

  • Elton John - ‘Don’t Shoot Me I’m Only the Piano Player’

    Released on January 26, 1973.

  • Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band - ‘The Wild, the Innocent & the E Street Shuffle’

    Released on November 5, 1973.

  • Black Sabbath - ‘Sabbath Bloody Sabbath’

    Released in November 1973.

  • ZZ Top - ‘Tres Hombres’

    Released on July 26, 1973.

  • Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band - ‘Greetings from Asbury Park, N.J.’

    Released on January 5, 1973.

  • John Lennon - ‘Mind Games’

    Released on October 29, 1973.

  • Todd Rundgren - ‘A Wizard, a True Star’

    Released on March 2, 1973.

  • Paul Simon - ‘There Goes Rhymin’ Simon’

    Released on May 5, 1973.

  • Bob Marley and the Wailers - ‘Burnin’

    Released on October 19, 1973.

  • Jackson Browne - ‘For Everyman’

    Released in October 1973.

  • George Harrison - ‘Living in the Material World’

    Released on May 30, 1973.

  • Yes - ‘Tales from Topographic Oceans’

    Released on December 7, 1973.

Born in Mt Clemens, Screamin has been a part of the Detroit airwaves for over 29 years with 26 at WRIF and 3 years as a morning show host at Z-Rock. When he’s not out on the streets, you can find him in his game room, where he collects jukeboxes and classic pinball machines. Screamin also devotes time doing local charities with his, "Screamin Angels"; and for 15 years with Rock 4 Tots charity. “CHIT” is his local cover band for 10 years all over the Motor City in local bars and has graced the main stage at local festivals like Arts, Beats & Eats warming up for national acts like Cheap Trick, Guess Who & even Salt & Peppa. Screamin’ is the lead singer and also plays cowbell & lead triangle

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