Mickelson

Scott Mickelson is from San Francisco. His latest record Flickering was on the Grammy Ballot in two categories (Best Folk Album, Best Roots Music Performance).

National appearances and press include: NPR Radio, Huffington Post, CBS Morning Show, Jimmy Lloyd Show (NBC), Alternative Press Magazine, Glide Magazine, PopMatters and a Folk Alliance Showcase. Other accolades include winning a national band search by MTV/7-Up that included $15,000. His song “Mouth Like A Trucker” was included the feature film “Along The Way”.

He has appeared with artists including: Matt Nathanson, Grammy Producer – Larry Campbell, Griffin House, Grammy Artist – Jim Lauderdale, Peter Case, Nick Lowe, Smashmouth, Grammy Artist – Rob Hotchkiss (Train), Dr. John, Box Set, Jonathan Richman, Dick Dale.

“Mickelson sings with aching urgency, cloaked in a dark fog that keeps his melodies balancing on the edge of unresolved, underscoring his take that life is never an all-easy road. His work is smart, moving and never overdone.”
– MusicNewsNashville

“It’s American folk-Rock with a post punk edge, rustic but scarred.”
– Alternative Press Magazine

“Flickering, a buoyant composition showcasing that Mickelson’s offers undeniable musical charm and instrumental dexterity.”
– Glide Magazine