16 Paces


16 Paces:  16 Paces is a unique duo from Milwaukee, WI with a complete “Full Band Sound” featuring some of the best 2-part harmonies you will hear in southern Wisconsin.   Scott and Mike trade lead & harmony vocals so effortlessly it is often difficult to tell who is singing what part.  Electronic sequenced drums along with Mike’s lead guitar & Scott’s bass make for a terrific full band sound.  Although 16 Paces is primarily a classic country band, they play an impressive variety of music to include top-40 country, pop/rock & gospel music. 16 Paces is an ideal choice for small clubs, afternoon or early evening festival slots & corporate events.

Mike Gleason:  Mike sings lead & harmony vocals and is the lead guitar player specializing in the “hybrid chicken-pickin” guitar style often heard in modern country music.  Mike also features a passionate & soulful voice that is sure to please all crowds.  In addition to being a seasoned singer/guitar player, Mike is also a past Vice President of the “Wisconsin Country Music Association” (WCMA), emcee, and has been a presenter at the prestigious WAMI awards show.

Scott Sparks:  Scott sings lead and ultra tight harmony vocals in addition to playing bass guitar. Scott is a multi-instrumentalist who can play lead guitar and drums as well as the bass.  Scott is a well-known & respected veteran of many Country, Rock & Blues bands in the Milwaukee area.

16 Paces

Classic Country

Act Naturally – Buck Owens
Angel Flying Too Close To The Ground – Willie Nelson
Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way – Waylon Jennings
Ashes Of Love – Desert Rose Band
Auctioneer – Leroy Van Dyke
Before The Next Teardrop Falls – Freddy Fender
Big City – Merle Haggard
Big River – Johnny Cash
Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain – Willie Nelson
Blue Moon Of Kentucky – Bill Monroe
The Bottle Let Me Down – Merle Haggard
Branded Man – Merle Haggard
Can’t You See – Marshall Tucker Band
The Chair – George Strait
Cocaine Blues – Johnny Cash
Constant Sorrow – Soggy Bottom Boys
Cry, Cry, Cry – Johnny Cash
Daddy Sang Bass – Johnny Cash
Dig A Little Deeper In The Well – Oak Ridge Boys
Do You Love As Good As You Look – Bellamy Brothers
Don’t Make It Easy For Me – Earl Thomas Conley
The Door Is Always Open – Dave & Sugar
Drivin’ My Life Away – Eddie Rabbitt
E-I-E-I-O Polka – Traditional
Elvira – Oak Ridge Boys
Family Tradition – Hank Williams Jr.
Fast As You – Dwight Yoakam
Feelin’ Alright – Joe Cocker
Feels So Right – Alabama
Fightin’ Side Of Me – Merle Haggard
Fishin’ In The Dark – Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
Folsom Prison Blues – Johnny Cash
For All The Wrong Reasons – Bellamy Brothers
Friends In Low Places – Garth Brooks
The Fugitive – Merle Haggard
Get Rhythm – Johnny Cash
Good Hearted Woman – Waylon & Willie
Good Ol’ Boys (Dukes Of Hazzard) – Waylon Jennings
The Grand Tour – George Jones
The Girls All Get Prettier At Closing Time – Mickey Gilley
Hey Baby Que Paso – Texas Tornados
Hey Bartender – Johnny Lee
Hey Good Lookin – Hank Williams Sr.
Hey Porter – Johnny Cash
Honky Tonkin’ Hank Williams Jr.
I Aint Living Long Like This – Waylon Jennings
I Got Stripes – Johnny Cash
I Got The Hoss – Mel Tillis
I Sang Dixie – Dwight Yoakam
I Think I’ll Just Stay Here and Drink – Merle Haggard
I’d Love To Lay You Down – Conway Twitty
I’ve Been Everywhere – Hank Snow
I’ve Always Been Crazy – Waylon Jennings
If I Said You Had A Beautiful Body – Bellamy Brothers
Is Anybody Goin’ To San Antone – Charlie Pride
Jackson – Johnny Cash &June Carter
Jambalaya – Hank Williams Sr.
KawLiga – Hank Williams Sr.
Lonesome, On’ry, & Mean – Waylon Jennings
Long Haired Country Boy – Charlie Daniels
Lookin’ For Love – Johnny Lee
Louisiana Saturday Night – Mel McDaniel
Love’s Gonna Live Here – Buck Owens
Luckenbach Texas – Waylon Jennings
Mama Tried – Merle Haggard
Mamas Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys – Waylon & Willie
Mind Your Own Business – Hank Williams Jr.
Modern Day Romance – Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
Mountain Dew – Grandpa Jones
Mountain Music – Alabama
Much Too Young (To Feel This Damn Old) – Garth Brooks
North To Alaska – Johnny Horton
Ode To Billie Joe – Bobbie Gentry
Oh Lonesome Me – Kentucky Headhunters
Okie From Muskogee – Merle Haggard
On The Road Again – Willie Nelson
Only Daddy That’ll Walk The Line – Waylon Jennings
Put Another Log On The Fire – Tompall Glaser
Rainy Day Woman – Waylon Jennings
Ramblin’ Fever – Merle Haggard
The Ride – David Allen Coe
Ring Of Fire – Johnny Cash
Roll In My Sweet Babies’ Arms – Flatt & Skruggs
Roll Out The Barrel Polka – Traditional
Rose Colored Glasses – John Conlee
Running Bear – Johnny Preston
Set Em Up Joe – Vern Gosdin
Silver Wings – Merle Haggard
Slide Off Of Your Satin Sheets – Johnny Paycheck
Somewhere Between Right & Wrong – Earl Thomas Conley
Stand Up – Mel McDaniel
Sugar Daddy – Bellamy Brothers
Sunday Mornin’ Comin’ Down – Johnny Cash
Swingin’ – John Anderson
The Running Kind – Merle Haggard
Today I Started Loving You Again – Merle Haggard
Take Me Back To Tulsa – Bob Wills
Truck Drivin’ Man – Buck Owens
Tulsa Time – Don Williams
Two Of A Kind (Workin’ On A Full House) – Garth Brooks
Two Pina Coladas – Garth Brooks
Velvet Chains – Gary Morris
Walk Softly On This Heart Of Mine – Bill Monroe
Waltz Across Texas – Ernest Tubb
Whiskey Bend & Hell Bound – Hank Williams Jr.
Whiskey River – Willie Nelson
Wild & Blue – John Anderson
Will The Circle Be Unbroken – Carter Family
Workin’ Man Blues – Merle Haggard
You Never Even Called Me By My Name – David Allan Coe
You’ve Never Been This Far Before – Conway Twitty
Your Cheatin’ Heart – Hank Williams Sr.

Top-40 Country

All About Tonight – Blake Shelton
Anything But Mine – Kenny Chesney
Boys ‘Round Here – Blake Shelton
Brand New Man – Brooks & Dunn
Hicktown – Jason Aldean
International Harvester – Craig Morgan
Johnny Cash – Jason Aldean
Lotta Leavin’ Left To Do – Dierks Bentley
Lover, Lover – Jerrod Niemann
Merry Christmas From The Family – Robert Earl Keen & Montgomery Gentry
Play Something Country – Brooks & Dunn
Pontoon – Little Big Town
Red Solo Cup – Toby Keith
Right Where I Need To Be – Gary Allan
Save A Horse – Big & Rich
That’s How Country Boys Roll – Billy Currington
Wagon Wheel – Darius Rucker
Way Out Here – Josh Thompson
You And Tequila – Kenny Chesney

Pop-Rock

All About That Bass – Meghan Trainor
Bad Moon Risin – CCR
Beast Of Burdon – Rolling Stones
Because I Used To Lover Her (But It’s All Over Now) – Rolling Stones
Blue Suede Shoes – Elvis Presley
Brown Eyed Girl – Van Morrison
Brown Sugar – Rolling Stones
Burning Love – Elvis Presley
Cecelia – Simon & Garfunkel
Chain Of Fools – Aretha Franklin
Cotton Fields – CCR
Gimme All Your Lovin’ – ZZ-Top
Glory Days – Bruce Springsteen
Great Balls Of Fire – Jerry Lee Lewis
Hand In My Pocket – Alanis Morissette
Hang On Sloopy – The McCoys
Here Comes My Girl – Tom Petty
Holly Holy – Neil Diamond
Honky Tonk Woman – Rolling Stones
Hot Legs – Rod Stewart
Hound Dog – Elvis Presley
I Saw Her Standing There – The Beatles
I Still Haven’t Found (What I’m Lookin’ For) U2
(I’m Gonna Be) 500 Miles – The Proclaimers
Jet Airliner – Steve Miller Band
Johnny B. Goode – Chuck Berry
The Joker – Steve Miller Band
Keep Your Hands To Yourself – Georgia Satellites
La Bamba – Richie Valens
Maggie May – Rod Stewart
Margaritaville – Jimmy Buffett
Mary Jane’s Last Dance – Tom Petty
Mony Mony – Billy Idol
Move It On Over – George Thorogood
Mustang Sally – The Commitments
Mystery Train – Elvis Presley
Night Moves – Bob Seger
Ooh, My Head – Richie Valens
Pink Caddilac – Bruce Springsteen
Pink Houses – John Mellencamp
Proud Mary – CCR
Rockin’ Robin – Michael Jackson
Royals – Lorde
Slip Slidin’ Away – Simon & Garfunkle
Some Kinda Wonderful – Grand Funk Railroad
Sound Of Silence – Simon & Garfunkel
Squeeze Box – The Who
Stuck In The Middle – Steelers Wheels
Sundown – Gordon Lightfoot
Sweet Caroline – Neil Diamond
Sweet Home Alabama – Lynyrd Skynyrd
Takin’ Care Of Business – BTO
The Wanderer – Dion
Twist & Shout – The Beatles
What I Like About You – The Romantics
Wonderful Tonight – Bob Segar
What I Got – Sublime
Whole Lotta Shakin’ – Jerry Lee Lewis

Gospel

How Great Thou Art – Traditional
I Saw The Light – Hank Williams Sr.
Amazing Grace – Traditional
Will The Circle Be Unbroken – The Carter Family