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Longtime Columbia Gorge residents, Scot Bergeron and Rebecca Stonestreet perform classic folk-rock songs with a lively and energetic sound. The duo synergistically reaches audiences with toe-tapping and sing a long songs spanning four decades by favorites like John Denver, Neil Young, Eagles, Cat Stevens and more. Scot plays rhythm/lead guitar, harmonica and is the lead vocal while Rebecca backs him up with bass, percussion, and background vocals.
Scot Bergeron, raised on Lake Sunapee in New Hampshire, started performing professionally in 1980 while attending college in Keene NH. Always involved with school choruses and musicals as a young singer, when sixteen, he took his first guitar lesson so he’d have something to accompany his voice. Since those early years, he’s performed at venues in beautiful resorts in Europe and the Americas. Adventures took him to perform for audiences in the Caribbean for several months with Club Med, in Cancun Mexico, then spent a year entertaining in Switzerland and France when he was twenty-five. Much of his early music performances were at ski resorts in the base lodges or nearby resort hotels. He would spend all day teaching skiing, then rush from his ski locker room to entertain skiers in the lodges. In 1987 while on stage in Jackson Hole, he spotted out in the audience, Rebecca, the woman who performs on stage with him today. Scot and Rebecca have lived in the Columbia Gorge since 1989, but have spent most winters skiing and performing in Park City Utah.
Rebecca Stonestreet grew up in Salt Lake City, Utah. Although she started out with different pursuits in life, music always followed her after taking piano lessons at an early age. Those lessons led to her opportunity to perform in her first rock and roll band playing keyboards in 2002. In 2003, Rebecca performed with Savant Garde, a folk-rock trio playing djembe and then eventually adding bass and drums to the sound mix. She is thrilled to play music with her longtime partner Scot and to bring the joy of music to anyone who will listen.