Scott Yoho plays guitar, performs the lead vocals (not to be confused with singing, which is more pitch-based), and writes the music, lyrics, and horn arrangements for the group. He is a graduate of Brainerd High School, MIT (no, not the Massachusetts school that would ensure increased earning power and prestige, -- The Musician's Institute of Technology in Hollywood, California), and the University of Minnesota where he got one of those lame "make-up-your-own-free-love-kind-of-program" undergraduate degrees after nine years rigorous study.

Scott has been featured in Guitar Player Magazine, nominated for Minnesota Music Awards, toured with 60's pop star Gene Pitney, and played his fair share of radio and TV commercials, wedding gigs, and similar tuxedo-clad shenanigans. Once his pant leg appeared on Entertainment Tonight. Despite the fact that he's actually been paid to perform at Carnegie Hall, his proudest musical accomplishment to date is the fact that he has yet to perform with the Up With People singing group.

Scott lives with his wife Becca, their sons Erik and Peter, and their pound-mutt Snickers, who is renowned for his ability to climb up on the counter and eat up entire closed bottles of prescription medications, full bunches of bananas, or ink pens.