will be shutting down Monday, October 29, 2018.

It's with great sadness that I announce that Syracuse Bands will be shutting down at the end of this month. It's been awesome building and managing this site since 2005. Through the years I've been proud to host this site for all local musicians and helping to promote them. However, over the last handful of years, there have been fewer users on the site, and more bands are joining other platforms with a larger audience. These, along with a few other reasons, I've decided to close down the site.

Thank you all for using the site and being a part of Syracuse Bands.

If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to reach out -

-Chris Gmyr (Site Admin)

October 20th, 2018

Scott Stewart

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Syracuse Bands - Scott Stewart


Scott resides in Oneida, New York. Many will
remember his wonderful keyboard work with the great "Second Street Band" from the '70s and also the trio "Jimini" of the '80s as part of his many accomplishments. As recently as 1998 he was a member of one of the premier top 40 & oldie bands in Central New York by the name of "Vocal Point".

Now on his own, and providing Sunday music services at a United Methodist Church on a rare mint Hammond CV model organ & a Lutheran Church on newer Conn Full Spinet Piano, and also heading up music for two weeknight Contemporary Praise Services elsewhere, Scott offers a uniquely intricate style of musicianship and a very self-driven personality.
He knows what works and how to make it work.
Scott's musical flexibility allows him to adapt to many different styles of music, while still maintaining his own personal style.

Scott looks forward to even greater accomplishments in the years to come.