Playing the Musical Favorites of the 50s to the Present
Me and This Other Guy (Scott Lint and Mike Miller) features a very diverse portfolio of music from the 1950s to the present. A unique blend of Scott’s soulful ballads and folk roots combined with Mike’s classic rock and blues solos, the band can play just about anything.
The band is currently playing each month at the Market District (Giant Eagle) in Cuyahoga Falls throughout the year. Come check us out the market’s outdoor patio in the summer or join us up on the mezzanine when it’s cold. The market offers a full selection of food made to order and a complete bar! Is there anything better than that?
Come and enjoy the musical antics of “Me and This Other Guy”
The Market District (Giant Eagle) is located at:
2687 State Road
Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44223
Me and This Other Guy was established in 1998 when Scott Lint and Mike Miller started playing music together at the Northside Grille in Akron, Ohio. Since then, we’ve played in several bars, coffee houses, wineries, fund raisers and several private parties. We actually once played for a wedding ceremony (and the reception) on the docks at the former Viking Vineyard in Kent, Ohio.
Scott Lint is a Mechanical Engineer by day and is gainfully employed as a customer service engineer and trainer. He plays acoustic guitar, bass and harmonica in addition to providing vocals. Scott’s family is deeply involved with music and his children have appeared with the band on several occasions.
Mike Miller is an Electrical Engineer by day and is employed as an application engineer in the field of automation. He plays acoustic guitar and bass with the group in addition to providing vocals. Mike also manages Legacy, a Christian Teen Music Ministry, at his church. Established in 2000, Legacy offers local teen musicians a safe place play their music and offer up their talents. Legacy has played at worship services, festivals and retreats.
Me and This Other Guy almost always features another “guest” musician at their gigs, mostly for backup vocals or other accompaniment. A third voice makes for awesome three-part harmony that everyone loves! Examples are Carol Cain, Bronwyn Craven, Cynthia Preston, Laura Tonsic and Corinne Lint on vocals, or Allison Lint on violin. We’ve even featured Jon Shannon on percussion from time to time!