I don't think Scott Kirby had any choice but to become a blues singer. The Wisconsin-based guitar wiz has a potent delivery, and on "Cool Water," such a sense of grounded-ness that it's obvious there's nothing Kirby would rather be doing than singing.
Kirby has nine albums out: Long Way Home, Apple Love, Good Morning Jo, B Tapes Vol 1, A Day On The Lake, Live at CT's Deli, November Snow, live at the little brown jug, ep 2018, and has been releasing singles since.
With "Cool Water", Kirby has a song about embracing life, and the people in it. With a slick, crisp blues riff as cool as cool water itself and Kirby's signature on point gritty vocals, Cool Water takes you to church with authenticity. This righteous track is about how lucky we are to have each other. Kirby explains, "I believe in living a life of gratitude for the blessings given to us, and the lessons we are extended."
Kirby brings a warmth to this song that makes that gratitude very clear. No matter where or how you place your faith, "Cool Water" will submerge you into a sense of gratitude that will carry you through the day.
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