Saturday, May 25, 2013


May 25, 2013

I am proud to announce that my recording session with Daytrotter has been posted! I am very excited and honored to have the opportunity to be a part of this community of artists. Check out the exclusive in-studio acoustic performance at!/concert/kurt-scobie/20056499-37383658

Friday, May 17, 2013


May 17, 2013

Happy Friday!

Today, I want to give a shout out to Kevin Rowe. Kevin is a British singer/songwriter who is now based in Atlanta, GA. I met Kevin a couple years ago and, well, this guy has got "it". He is a fellow pianist, too, so his cool points are through the roof. :)

Kevin Rowe has some very awesome tings in the works, including some new music! I am excited for that! Hopefully we will be hearing new songs from him soon. For now, go listen to his previously-released stuff. It does not suck. I hope you will check him out and follow along with his journey. He's got a great story!

Here are a few places where you can connect with Kevin Rowe online.

Friday, May 3, 2013


May 3, 2013

Brandon has been a friend of mine for several years now, and he has some cool things going on. He is not only a skilled singer/songwriter, but his eye for photography has kept him busy as well. It seems like he is always working on a new project or releasing something exciting. Brandon is energetic and enthusiastic and it definitely comes through in his art.

Brandon's sound is comparable to Jack Johnson or Paul Simon, but he's definitely got a unique style. Check out his music, and if you ever get the chance, go see him live. He performs all around Atlanta pretty frequently. He also does private events, so if you need a singer/guitarist for your next party...

Here are a few places where you can connect with Brandon Crocker.

Wednesday, May 1, 2013


May 1, 2013

During my senior year of high school my classmates voted me as the "biggest procrastinator" in one of those silly senior surveys. At the time, I was just proud to get some recognition for something I was "good at". Well, these days I am not so proud of that "biggest procrastinator" title. I am doing all I can to accomplish what I need/want to accomplish by the deadlines I set.

If I can be completely honest, I don't think I have improved in this area. On a recent podcast I was listening to, Chris LoCurto and Rory Vaden were talking about this subject and I was reminded, once again, that this is something I need to work on. The following quote sums it up their conversation.

"Easy short-term choices lead to difficult long-term consequences. Meanwhile, difficult short-term choices lead to easy long-term consequences." -Rory Vaden