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Video: "Good Good Father" (Housefires) - Kurt Scobie [Cover] 


Posted by Kurt Scobie on February 26, 2015 


It isn't too often that I come across songs that carry such power like this one.

"Good Good Father" by Housefires is one of my favorite songs right now. This song was recently introduced at my church and I LOVE it. It talks about God's love for His people, something that I feel is not talked about enough. The message is simple and true: God is a good Father, and we are loved by Him.

This resonates deeply with me, so, naturally, I covered it.

Please take a few minutes and watch the cover video and share it with your friends. I hope you like it!



http://youtu.be/rNp5C_y2RyA

Video: "One Thing Remains" (Bethel Music) - Kurt Scobie [Cover] 

Posted by Kurt Scobie on February 19, 2015


I love pretty much anything Bethel Music puts out there, and there are a few of their songs that are extra-meaningful for me. "One Thing Remains" is one of those worship songs that God has used to speak to me (and many people). I believe that God is good no matter what, and that He loves to show His people His unfailing love.

I hope you enjoy my rendition of this song. Do me a favor and share it!

Cheers!


http://youtu.be/oTKgitGEtuQ


Video: "Everything" (Michael Buble) - Kurt Scobie [Cover] 

Posted by Kurt Scobie on February 12, 2015


There's nothing quite like a little love song from Michael Buble to make Valentine's Day complete. And weddings. And most other occasions and holidays. That guy is THE MAN!

Ok, man crush aside, Mr. Buble does great work. And to fuel the Valentine's flame, here is one of Michael Buble's first hits, "Everything", performed by yours truly. I have sung this tune at plenty of weddings, engagement parties, and cocktail hours over the years. And I still like it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CMw786O0d6g

Recording Session [Photos] 

Posted by Kurt Scobie on February 2, 2015 


Last week I had the pleasure and honor of beginning the recording process for my third studio project. I met up with producer/engineer Chuck Harris at a little church in Lookout Mountain, GA (near Chattanooga) and we began the process of bringing a few of my new songs to life.

Here are a few photos from my session. Special thanks to Chelsea McGough for your beautiful cello work!

In my happy place.


Grace Presbyterian Church provided a perfect space to track piano and cello.


A beautiful Yamaha C6 baby grand.


I like stained glass.


Chelsea McGough applying the cello butter to my songs.


It was a peaceful day on the mountain. All recording sessions should be this relaxing.

The vocal corner back at Chuck's home studio.

Oh, hi there!

Throat Coat tea and God made this vocal session possible.

Mix master Chuck Harris, doing what he does.

Chuck and I before headed home. Grateful for this new friend.

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