Acoustic Asheville: Scott H. Biram

Scott H. Biram‘s sound has been described as Americana, country, blues, punk and metal, among other genres. The best description may very well be one he came up with one his own: “Dirty Old One Man Band.”

In Asheville for a recent tour stop to promote his latest record, Nothin’ But Blood, Biram gave an exclusive performance at The Grey Eagle for Acoustic Asheville. Included in the two song set was a cover of Blind Willie Johnson’s “God Moves On The Water,” which Biram said he hadn’t performed in several years.

“Time Flies”

“God Moves On The Water”


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