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Scott Allan Knost / Press

“The hole in his guitar is from nine years of solid play. When you take in his talent you watch him use the guitar as drums at times and a col melody maker. Scott's vocals are true to his reputation. Top notch. His stage performance puts you inside the song”

Devin Hefley - The Prospector/Nightlife

“Wichita musician Scott Allan Knost celebrated his 700th live solo performance at the beginning of July, but has only recently started playing his brand of “gritty, yet hopeful acoustic rock” for Hutch crowds. In March, he opened the Uncle Kracker/Rehab concert at Memorial Hall and has since played several venues for Third Thursday.”

“Scott Allan Knost jokes that he'd like to introduce his guitar to Willie Nelson's famously battered ax. They both share holes in the top worn by long, hard playing. "This is Guinevere," Knost said, strumming his acoustic. "His is Trigger. I've been trying to set up a play date but I haven't heard anything back." Then again, Knost might have been out when the call came. Last week, he played his 700th show since going full-time as a musician in 2005. ”

“Ever been at a local show and thought to yourself, “Isn’t that guy in another band?” He probably is. There is an abundance of musical talent in Wichita – so much so that for some, it can’t be contained to only a solo act or one band. I asked several local musicians how and why they do it.”

“Singer/songwriters are everywhere now, heard on radios and playing in coffee shops and open mic nights all over the country. Scott Allan Knost is one of them, and the Wichita-based artist wants to make a mark without having to change for his audience. "I don't think I've ever written anything where it was like, 'People will love this, but I can't really stand this,'" Knost says. "Once people see me live, they know what I'm about."”