Scruggs

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Scruggs may refer to:

  • Black, Kelly, Scruggs & Healey or BKSH & Associates Worldwide, a Washington, D.C.-based lobbying firm
  • Cartwright, Scruggs, Fulton, and Walther (CSF&W), Santa Cruz County's largest personal injury law firm
  • Charles Scruggs of Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, American hip hop band from Cleveland, Ohio
  • Earl Scruggs (1924–2012), American musician who perfected and popularized a 3-finger banjo-picking style (now called Scruggs style)
    • Scruggs style, the most common style of playing the banjo in bluegrass music
  • Elaine Scruggs (Non-Partisan), mayor of Glendale, Arizona
  • Flatt & Scruggs or Foggy Mountain Boys, influential bluegrass band founded by Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs in 1948
  • Greg Scruggs, American football player
  • Irene Scruggs (1901–1981), American Piedmont blues and country blues singer, who was also billed as Chocolate Brown and Dixie Nolan
  • Jan Scruggs, founder of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial
  • Joe Scruggs, children's music performer
  • Joe E. Scruggs, second head football coach for the Tennessee State University Tigers located in Nashville, Tennessee
  • Joseph Scruggs, provincial politician from Alberta, Canada
  • Mary Elfrieda Scruggs or Mary Lou Williams (1910–1981), American jazz pianist, composer, and arranger
  • Randy Scruggs (born 1953), music producer, songwriter and guitarist
  • Richard Scruggs (born 1946), American former A6A naval aviator, a prominent trial lawyer, one of the richest men in Mississippi
  • Rick Scruggs, assistant men's basketball coach at Appalachian State University
  • Tony Scruggs (born 1966), former Major League Baseball left fielder
  • Uncle John Scruggs, American banjo player, born a slave
  • William Lindsay Scruggs (1836–1912), American author, lawyer, and diplomat
  • Xavier Scruggs, baseball player

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