Scott Kirby – Something to Move

 

 

 

 

 

Scott Kirby - Something to Move

Scott Kirby – Something to Move

 

 

 

 

Scott Kirby – Something to Move

 

Kirby has been exploring guitar and writing songs since the age of twelve. Kirby’s wide range of influences helped hone his individual voice in songwriting. He notes his larger inspirations to be Bob Dylan, Neil Young, REM, Tom Petty, Stevie Wonder, and Johnny Cash.

 

Kirby has nine album releases to his name (Long Way Home, Apple Love, Good Morning Jo, B Tapes Vol 1, A Day On The Lake, Live at CT’s Deli, November Snow… and amped up his sound with his 2017 single ‘Love Is Just’, produced by Grammy-winning producer Jeff Bova (Album of the Year, Celine Dion, Falling Into You).

 

Drawing on his variety of influences, Kirby delivers an undeniably original sound and authenticity to his performance by combining stunning guitar work, harmonica, and gritty, passionate vocals. Kirby’s writing style and song form are as tasteful as they are smooth. This evokes a very real connection with his listeners.

 

Now, Scott is letting his inner Blues Rock persona shine in his new single, ‘Something to Move’ released September 7, 2018. From Sleeping Bag Studios, “Scott’s got a solid scorcher here that’s bursting with rhythm & passion at the seams…another great tune from what’s clearly an artist that gives everything he’s got to his music, every time.” This charged track stirs up swampy, gritty images and reminds us that the Blues are timeless. A modern take on the backbone of popular music, ‘Something To Move’ is a driving, vivid depiction of life outside popular culture.

 

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