Bailey Allen Baker
Bailey Allen Baker was born in Coeur d Alene, ID, and besides a short three-year stint in Portland, OR; he’s lived there his whole life. He grew up loving alternative music and taught himself how to play the bass in order to play in his friend’s metal band in middle school. Since then he’s been slowly sharpening his chops, picking up a few different instruments, and honing his favorite facet of art, writing. All of this effort culminating into his unreleased album “Palish Landscape”. A swampy western album that comes as a result of his love for Gram Parsons, Marty Robbins, John Prine, and all the greats of the singer/songwriter era of the mid-century up to today. In the near future, he hopes to sharpen his songwriting and begin to play more shows. In the further future, he’d like to stop cooking for a living.