Spence Peppard

Spence Peppard is a Nashville based singer/songwriter/session musician. Born and raised in Nacogdoches, TX, he began playing music in 1992, and eventually went on to record drums, bass, and guitar on countless studio projects, and engineer for country music icons Willie Nelson and Kris Kristofferson.
Spence is currently on tour playing lead guitar for Scotty McCreery. Scotty just celebrated his 5th Billboard #1 on country radio.
Spence has also toured with Jason Crabb, a 2X Grammy and 21X Dove Award winner.  He has been blessed to perform with Phil Keaggy (Grammy Nominated/Dove Award Winner), Miranda Lambert (CMA Vocalist of the Year), Gabby Barrett (2021 ACM New Female Artist of the Year) and Cade Foehner (2018 American Idol Top 5 Finalist).
In addition to being on tour this year with Scotty, Spence also works as a Nashville session player and travels performing concerts with a unique blend of country and finger-style acoustic.