Michigan small towner turned Nashville-based recording artist Curt Anderson played piano ever since he could reach the keys and maintained an active touring schedule from the time he was old enough to hit the road. Two decades into his artistic pursuit, the singer/songwriter inked a deal with Dream Records and is putting an epic musical and positive lyrical spin on the modern day piano pop formula. Every Moment kicks off with the redemptive charge of “Keep It Beating,” works its way to the mid-tempo introspection of “When It Hurts” and bursts with the electronic beats of the contagiously hopeful “Every Moment.” There’s even an appearance by rapper KJ-52 on the faith-fueling ballad “All Of Me,” which adds additional diversity to Anderson’s already vibrant canvas.
Curt Anderson – ‘Every Moment’ album review
4 Overall Score