Although I’m a city girl, I spend a lot of time in the mountains, which is where I do most of my writing. I’m a big Taylor Swift fan, and I’ve been extremely blessed to be introduced to great singer/songwriters such as: Shawn Mullins, Levi Lowery, Darius Rucker, Eliot Bronson, Patrick Blanchard, Callaghan, Zac Brown Band, Patrick Davis, Michelle Malone, Chuck Cannon, Chuck Jones, Joe Stevenson, Bonnie Bishop, and so many more.
Hurricane Creek has a powerful rock and blues sound with undertones of new country creating an irresistible and fun roadhouse feel. You will sing along as you tap your foot or join in the dancing to a great collection of music that keeps growing every year.
Jay has reappeared on the music scene after nearly a decade. Back in the late 90’s he was one of Georgia’s premier acts playing his brand of original country music at sold out venues such as Eddie’s Attic, The Freightroom, The Holly Theatre, and Nashville’s Bluebird Café to mention a few.
The small town way of life is a frequent theme in many of the songs Kurt writes. Kurt recalls that he used to work at an old country store called Pierce’s. “All the old farmers would hang out there in the mornings and tell stories about their lives and I guess that it had a big impact on my life” says Kurt. He has written/produced several albums and has most recently collaborated with Grammy Award Winning writer, Dennis Morgan on Kurt’s soon to be released album “Give it Hell Trying”.
Kurt has a unique ability to captivate an audience – whether playing old favorites or his own songs. “I have always tried to stay in touch with the fact that a good song tells a story and most of my songs always do”, says Kurt.