Brooklyn Americana Presents: Will Scott & Charlie Burnham with Special Guest Greg Schatz

Brooklyn Americana presents their 'Unplugged' Music Series at the Greenway Terrace by Pier 3 at Brooklyn Bridge Park. 

Featuring some of the finest acts in Americana music, Friday night Brooklyn Americana 'Unplugged' Music Series spans the range of Americana music including Folk, Country Blues, Old Time, Bluegrass and Jazz.  The performances take place every Friday in June at 6PM - 8PM. Featuring live music for all ages. For more information please click here.

Their final event features Will Scott & Charlie Burnham with Special Guest Greg Schatz. 

About the Artists

Friday, June 28 at 6pm:  Will Scott & Charlie Burnham with Special Guest Greg Schatz

Will Scott 

Will Scott is known for his distinctive voice, original roots songwriting, and guitar stylings. Blending blues and Americana with a dash of rock and outlaw country, His soulful, live performances, and his acclaimed recordings have captivated crowds in the US and Europe for over twenty years including Glastonbury Festival, Maverick Festival and Birmingham Jazz & Blues Festival. Garnering best blues album nomination Independent Music Awards, and best Rock Song in the International Songwriting Competition, 

 “America’s most soulful country blues artist.” Andy Fyfe, Q Magazine

Classic Rock Magazine placed “Keystone Crossing” in their top 10 blues albums of the year.

Will Scott has opened for: Buddy Miller, Elizabeth Cook, Band of Heathens, Jolie Holland, Baby Gramps, Sam Meyers & Anson Funderburg, Kent Burnside, Preacher Boy, Rev. Peyton’s Big Damn Band, among others. 

Greg Schätz  

Originally from Ithaca NY making home in New Orleans the last two decades, fresh from his album release show at the Saturn Bar. 

'Throughout the dozen original compositions, Schatz shows off his sense of humor and a pop sense informed by his Big Easy potpourri'. New Orleans Times Picayune

'Schatz is one of the city’s great songwriters. He has a knack for taking life’s everyday moments, often some of the quirkier ones, and using fresh lyrics and catchy melodies to shed new light on them'. Off beat Magazine, New Orleans.