Scott Fisher played a short and sweet set at the Knitting Factoryâ€™s Alterknit Lounge. Playing material from his recently released self-titled album, Fisher adeptly guided his skilled band through his own brand of piano-pop. Fisherâ€™s skills on the electric keys is remarkable, heâ€™s obviously as comfortable singing as he is playing. While the music isnâ€™t particularly innovative it accomplishes all that it needs to. It is pleasant sounding without being overwrought with banality. Just sticky-sweet enough to be catchy, without monotonous irritation. The live mix couldâ€™ve been better as sometimes his vocals were muddied under the weight of the rest of his band. All in all it was a strong, simple showing though. If he could get booked on an opening slot with a band such as say, Maroon 5, he would surely make a big impact.