Grab your lawn chairs and blankets and head to Courthouse Square for another evening of free music at the Downtown Lapeer Summer Concert Series. Scott Baker has been described as a “working class minstrel” and according to Reverbnation, sounds like Tom Petty, The Black Crowes, Ryan Adams and The Cardinals, Wilco and Pink Floyd. Take a listen to Scott performing at the 27th Annual Review Music Awards in Bay City and read more about him below from Review Magazine.

“Scott Baker is one of those guys that doesn’t take no for an answer. He’s been a musical Sisyphus for years, rock and rolling that boulder to the top of the mountain, only to see it roll down the other side. He’s been as stubborn as he is generous. He will doggedly create music for himself daring the listener to like it or hate it but really only hoping they listen to it. He has forged an identity as a multi-purpose jam rockin’ sonovabitch who believes in peace and love and the honor of hard work. At heart he’s working class minstrel immersed in a labor of love, building his career brick by brick and never imagining the mansion on a hill. He knows it’s just an illusion but he simply cannot help himself. Baker is in it for the long run because he is the music he creates. He built it and he will be it.”— Bo White, Review Magazine.

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