SCOTT ON SONG AT BUSKER FESTIVAL
READ IT ONLINE FIRST SINGER- songwriter Charlie Scott won the people’s choice award at the Lancelin Buskers Festival last month.
The festival included more than 28 acts and Scott came second overall, with judges describing his performance as “entertaining and enjoyable”.
Scott made his debut as one of WA’s newest solo acoustic musicians at the 2016 festival, where he overcame his doubts and fears of performing in front of others.
He has gone on to play every weekend since then at markets, clubs, charity events and backyard parties.
The musician started with five songs last year and has gone on to develop more than 50, with more than 200 hours of performance this year.
His recent experiences have included playing a brewery in the Swan Valley, a tavern in the Hills and several farmers and growers markets throughout WA.
Scott hails from the foothills of the Darling Ranges and picked up the guitar only seven years ago.
Charlie Scott: second in the Lancelin Buskers Festival and won the people’s choice award.