Legendary 1980's Public Access TV Variety Show The Scott and Gary Show !
Learn all about it and the amazing assortment of musical guests! The show has also been included in the Museum of The Moving Image exhibition TV Party: A Panorama of Public Access Television in New York City in 2011 and in the 2021 Museum of the City of New York exhibition New York, New Music 1980-1986 .
The Scott & Gary Show! was a NYC based public Access TV variety show that aired in many US cities between 1983 and 1989 and featured live music, audience dance parties and comic skits. The show was created by Scott Lewis and Gary Winter. Among the musical guests were The Beastie Boys, Butthole Surfers, Half-Japanese, R. Stevie Moore, The Raunch Hands, etc. The Scott and Gary Show! has been featured in exhibitions including the Museum of the City of New York’s New York, New Music 1980–1986 exhibit, The Museum of the Moving Image’s TV Party: A Panorama of Public Access in NYC exhibit; screened at many film festivals including The Woodstock Film Festival, The New York Underground Film Festival, The Maryland Film Festival, etc. and is part of the New York University’s Fales Library Special Collections. The show has since taken on cult status and continues to attract new fans.