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Like many of his new acoustic music contemporaries, Scott Nygaard attempts to cover a bit too much ground on his debut album No Hurry, yet he manages to create a distinctive amaglam of styles. Nygaard draws heavily from folk and bluegrass, yet he often dips into jazz, which brings him not only into fusion territory, but also closer to atmospheric new age. Occasionally, his music suffers from his over-ambition, as well as his tendency to under-write his compositions, but the lush, gentle sonic textures of No Hurry should make it worthwhile to progressive bluegrass, folk and new age fans alike.


Born: 30 July 1955

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s

Scott Nygaard is one of bluegrass' most eclectic guitar players. A former member of Laurie Lewis and Grant Street, Nygaard has been an essential member of Tim O'Brien's O'Boys since 1991. In addition to occasional sideman gigs with stellar musicians as Tony Furtado, Todd Phillips, Peter Rowan, Jerry Douglas, Sam Bush, Bela Fleck, Vassar Clements, Mike Marshall, Richard Greene, Kathy Kallick, and Norton Buffalo, Nygaard (pronounced: NYE-guard) has produced two memorable solo albums featuring his highly-melodic...
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