Pete Scobell Band's Album Review: "Walkin A Wire"
"All-American," "soulful," and "country rock" are three ways to epitomize country newcomer, Pete Scobell Band’s, newly released album, "Walkin A Wire." Scobell’s soulful voice adds depth and emotion to the twelve, well crafted songs that are featured on the album. As an honored Navy SEAL, proclaimed athlete, mountain climber and now as an "up and coming" country artist, Pete Scobell knows a whole lot about working hard for success.
Of all the tracks, the sixth song on his album, “The Fight”, describes Scobell to the core. Scobell says the song is “kind of like the theme song for my life." The song, written by Ryan Lafferty and Steve Moakler, features strong electric guitar, drums, and lyrics that inspire everyone who listens to it to be a fighter. "The Fight's" chorus lyrics, “You can knock me down, but not for long... You can’t take the fight out of the dog” seem to be Pete Scobell’s personal anthem, and it’s becoming ours.
Check out other great tracks like the record's title track, "Walkin a Wire," co-written by David Lee Murphy, Dierks Bentley, and other hit writers of music row, on Scobell's album, "Walkin A Wire." Check out our review, by Caylee North, on the title track, "Walkin A Wire," HERE.
Learn more about the Pete Scobell and his record, on his website HERE.
Check out "Walkin A Wire" on iTunes HERE.