Forget what your Mom said about playing with matches. You’re not
seven anymore. Strike that match, watch the flame consume the
head and dare to wait as it moves, insistently, toward your
thumb and forefinger. Sure, you could get burned. But playing it
safe is not always best. Without risk, you never fully discover
who you are—who you can be.
For Scott Krippayne, a respected, accomplished
singer/songwriter, the days of playing it safe are over. After
nine years in pursuit of his dream, with five albums and plenty
of radio and critical success to mark the path, Scott threw away
the rulebook. He and his wife, Katy, moved back home to Seattle,
to reestablish their roots before their kids started school.
There, Scott jumped off the ‘people pleaser’ bus. He started
running with scissors, talking to strangers, base-jumping from
tall buildings and touching breakable things in department
stores (only some of which is true).
And perhaps the biggest risk of all, Scott Krippayne began
playing with fire. The result—like an intricate crystal forged
repeatedly in a fierce furnace—his 6th album Gentle Revolution
shocks and surprises in its intensity, clarity and depth.”
SCOTT KRIPPAYNE WEBSITE