Kurt is a singer-songwriter and acoustics entertainer from South Florida. His old time charm and timeless compositions instantly made his performances popular amongst his fans and friends. Compared to the likes of Don Henley and Paul McCartney, his rich vocal driven songs are informed by his personal life and experiences. For his latest release, Christine, Kurt Gott collaborates with Cary Scope to pay tribute to the late English singer-songwriter and musician, Christine McVie. 

Kurt’s service to music is that of worship and devotion as is evident in this track. A sentiment that was shared by old school artists. Led by ruminative keys and acoustic strings, the song is a heart warming epitaph for McVie and her life. “Christine, I can hear you, like the song bird that once flew into the clouds as your spirit rides on through.” The luminous melancholy of the melodies is made richer by the conversational lyrics and touching vocal delivery. 

Kurt’s signature style is influenced by the soothing brackets of rock, country and blues. His music is familiar and nostalgic, hearty and wholesome. He claims The Beatles, The Eagles, Tom Petty, Crosby Stills & Nash, Allman Brothers and Kenny Chesney as his primary musical inspirations. And listening to Kurt Gott instantly takes us back to the elevated state of mind and heart that these artists showed us a long time ago. 

The track is available for streaming on Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music! 

You can listen to Christine by Kurt Gott and Cary Scope here –