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SOMETHING TO MOVE - SCOTT KIRBY
SCOTT KIRBY 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.
HERE IS WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYIN’ ABOUT THIS SLAMMIN’ BLUES/ROCK TRACK:
"Scott Kirby’s “Something To Move” is the definition of a perfect bar jam."
"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 song will cause a listen or two!”
"Something To Move by Scott Kirby is everything we need music to be."
"From the tiniest of bar stages to the biggest of stadiums out there – “Something To Move” is always going to come out sounding massive no matter where you hear it…it’s the kind of cut that’ll bring the crowd right to the floor…the kind of groove so strong you can authentically feel it moving you."
"...akin to something like an acoustically-driven “Walk This Way” by Aerosmith."
"Rock bands could learn a lot from such an approach and pop bands would do well to take head of how infectious and groovesome this song is."
"OVERALL RATING (4.5/5)"
"...I know I can’t wait to get my hands on the rest of this album."
"How do you write a review when the only words that slip out my mouth is yes.Yes! yes. Literally. Yes! Yeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeess!"
"...well-produced and masterfully arranged."
"[Kirby] delivers with passion and experience and his sound is distinguishable from the first note."
"...makes me think of fellow artists the likes of Neil Young, Elliott Smith and Wilco"