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After nearly a decade of performing all over the West with their “60s’ infused” rock group the Strolling Scones, Rick Stockton, Helen Highwater and Harry Knipe have evolved the band into a more compact unit, called simply The Scones.

Performing with acoustic guitar, banjo, bass, drums, and sometimes keyboards, they describe their music as “rockin’ & rollin' Americana”. The members of the group are accomplished singers and the group’s sound, centered around the songs written by guitarist Rick Stockton, are alive with harmony. Stockton has garnered praise and accolades for his songwriting and The Scones are devoted to performing these songs with energy and humor.

Having shared the stage individually or collectively with such names as Joe Cocker, Lyle Lovett, John Cowen, Ramblin' Jack Elliott, Robert Earl Keen, The Country Gazette, John Lee Hooker Jr., Otis Taylor, 3 Twins, Chuck Pyle, and more, The Scones are seasoned pros who provide a high energy, entertaining experience that you will not want to miss!

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Press -

“The Scones’ performance brought us to our feet - their
talent and energy brought along our hearts as well.”

- Melissa Grimes - Rockin’ Box 33 - Lubbock, Texas

“ The Scones are the REAL DEAL. The crowd just loved them and
they are welcome back any time they want to venture back to Idaho.”

Andy Byron - Americana Music Concert Series - Boise, Idaho

"If you're not listening to these folks, you should."
Patrick Robbins -

“First class guitar work, glorious harmonies”
John Heidt - Vintage Guitar Magazine

“What Fun! So fresh and nostalgic at the same time!”
Ellen Sander - Legendary Music Reviewer for Hit Parader
and The New Yorker

“The Scones have it all! Best stage presence I've ever seen!”
Carmen Allgood - World Wide Wavez Radio

“Holy cow! REALLY dig it very much!”
Bruce Brodean - Not Lame Recordings

“When the great music of the 1960s is taught in college curriculums in the next hundreds of years, they may want to turn to this record of us looking back in 2010 at who we really were.” -(about "Two Vegans") - Littleneck, NY

"'Scones' Rick Stockton and Helen Highwater could not have been more charming or entertaining. If they come back to the area or if you should ever find yourself in Colorado, you should look them up. The Scones are worth the trip."
Janette Goleme - Woodbridge NJ Patch