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Trash the Brand is a new music project from the stretch of I-40 known as the “Music Highway” between Memphis and Nashville, TN.
Blending styles and influences that range from Delta Blues to Country Gold to Hard Rock and Metal, Trash the Brand has developed a sound and style all their own. No other band on the radio quite does like these guys do.
Hailing from Parsons, TN, Scotty Austin was raised in the country with music as an essential staple. Playing drums, bass, piano and most notably guitar; coupled with strong stage presence, honest lyrics, and just the right amount of raw attitude; the crowd is left in awe. All Trash the Brand’s music was written/co-written by Scotty.
Scotty has an extensive music/entertainment resume including: Nashville song-writing sessions; studio work; extensive road touring with national recording artists; and many other local and regional projects.
Bringing the boom to the powerful sound that is “Trash the Brand”, Scott Anthony Little’s presence in this impressive trio is anything but unnoticed. Scott was originally from Missouri but relocated to Jackson, TN in 2004 to hit the music scene. Playing drums, guitar and bass guitar since the age of 15, he is a vital part of the intriguingly complex sound that these three men make.
Scott Little’s experience includes many local and regional projects, studio session work, and live production venues. His influences are as versatile as his playing capabilities. Scott aptly plays all styles of music from Country to Heavy Metal.
Born nearly deaf, Steven Pulley accepted no such fate. With a honed ear for rhythm and pitch, Steven has become a master percussionist and guitar player. As TTB’s drummer, Steven plays with power, punch, and delicate dynamics that play a crucial role in the dynamic sound and feel that can be heard throughout all of “Trash the Brand’s” performances.
Steven has had extensive performance experience with local and regional acts. Pulley is poised and ready to help take “Trash the Brand” to a national and global scale.