From - Canadian Country Music News
"Sometimes the best albums come from unsuspected sources. I had not heard of Scott Manery until this album reached my disc player and now I'm having trouble keeping it out of the machine.
Scott Manery is a Sarnia, Ontario, Canada based singer/songwriter/musician who is making his debut with Tractorcaster and he delivers his music with a Marty Stuart twang and a whole bunch of unusual production touches...
it makes for one of the freshest new sounds to come along in Cancountry in some time. Scott Manery and his band seem well steeped in country music and put a rockabilly slant to much of their music.
There's a whole handful of knockout tunes here... There's plenty of variety on Tractorcaster, and that's what keeps this album workin' from start to finish." — Larry Delaney, Editor
"The best band around" — Chuck Santoni, Program Director WSAQ Country 107.1
"Incredible energy and an absolute pleasure to work with" — Bujie Leichtweis, Tour Manager Meridian Concerts
Scott Manery and The Barnburners have developed a strong following in South Western Ontario and Michigan. With four CD's under their cowboy belts the band features all original material as written by Manery. The debut CD entitled "Tractorcaster" is named after Manery's beloved home made Telecaster of the same name. Their second release "Green Tractors" follows with the same strong country theme and has had support from local radio stations on both sides of the border. Their lastest offering "Believe Me When I Lie To You" is their best yet featuring lead vocals from all three menbers.
One of the best opening acts in Ontario, the band has worked with a long list of top artists including Brooks & Dunn, Lady Antebellum (twice), Toby Keith, Rascal Flatts, Keith Urban, Lee Brice, Josh Thompson, Jason Blaine, Amanda Wilkinson, The Roadhammers, Craig Campbell, Darryl Worley, Aaron Lines, Corb Lund, The Good Brothers and George Canyon.
Individually Scott is a second generation guitar player taking after his Dad and has a degree in theater which explains his natural stage presence. Dave has a music degree from Toronto's Humber College school of jazz (as a guitarist) and Brian fronted and played drums for a touring band for over 15 years.
Be sure to catch Scotty and the boys live...you won't be disappointed !!!