Saturday, June 13, 2009

Become a follower......

Become a follower of Scott's blogg site and any others you find that tickle your fancy - it's so easy to do, lots of fun and a great way to meet people with similar interests worldwide !

Step 1. At the top of Scott's blogg home page, click on 'create blogg'

Step 2. Go through the simple guide to setting up your own google blog account (free)

Step 3. Navagate back to Scott's blogg page and click on 'become a follower' at the top.

You have now become a follower of Scott Bakers blogg page ! You can search for people worldwide with the same interests as you simply by clicking on the various interests in your profile, and to stay updated, simply log in to your page/account whenever you want and get all the latest news from all your favorite blogg sites - including this one ! Have fun.......

Contact me !

If you would like to contact me regarding my music, purchasing CD's or future performance bookings you can do so on:

email :

Alturnativly, you can email Dingo at : to place an order for any of the CD's I appear on.

Performing with Pat Capocci - what a blast!

What an adrenaline rush to perform two of my songs with Pat Capocci at the Press Tone Stage, Wintersun 2009 !! Not only was this the debut performance for my rockabilly songwriting abilities, but I also got to play with some of Australia's red hot rockabilly muso's! Thanks guys, thanks Jamie, thanks to everyone who came along and cheered !

It's a Gas #2

Check out 'It's a Gas#2' available from Press Tone Records, Hound Dogs Bop Shop and also on ebay !

Debut performance of 'Just like that !'

Scott Baker has spent the past year writing some of the most lyrically dynamic, rockabilly styled songs around! Recording at the renowned Preston Studios, Melbourne, with the fabulous Graeme and Jamie, his music positivly cooks!

Scott's music debuts on "Its a Gas 2!", and there are plans for a follow up 'Best of Preston' album later in the year. Scott is still working on a full album of his own - so stay tuned for more posts about that in the near future.

Scott's inspiration comes mostly from the early 'Sun' years - a sound and style which dominates his music....tones of Johnny Cash, Elvis and Roy Orbison effect his songs, and the thumping of a Jerry Lee style piano adds fullnes to the mix.......add a dash of hillbilly and the occasional 'jump' sound and you have one eclectic performer.......or as Jamie rightly suggests, Scott has alot of "Echucabilly" about him - sounds good to me !

You can catch Scott performing with the wonderful Pat Cappocci on the Rockabilly Stage, Wintersun, Coollangatta - Sunday the 7th June 2009...... At this point in time, Scott doesnt perform regular original rockabilly gigs, so dont miss this exciting one off performance! See you there !

Scott's CD's are available by contacting