Scott Klamm performs folk, old-time, children’s and family music for audiences in the Kansas City area. He has two self-published CDs: Crawlin’ With Kids (2008), Americana-styled children’s songs in bluegrass, blues, zydeco, roots rock, and folk; and Shady Grove (1993), a collection of Appalachian mountain music.
He performed in the Smithsonian Institution/Kansas Humanities Council touring exhibition “New Harmonies – Celebrating American Roots Music” (2008), and the Lewis & Clark Tent of Many Voices sponsored by the National Park Service (2004-05).
Instrumental and song credits include:
The Discovery Channel (Alaska: The Last Frontier and Treehouse Masters),
TLC (Gypsy Sisters)
Indie CD "Love Song to New Orleans" (2009) for the zydeco song "Crawfish Pie"
Indie film "Twilight on the Rails" (White River Productions, 2004)
Indie audio biography "Frontier Freedom Figher: The Story of Clarina Nichols (Quindaro Press, 2004).