The Walker Lecture Series invites you to join us virtually for
The Scott Kirby Band
Music from Key West
Premiers on CTV Wednesday, October 14, 2020, at 7:30 PM
Also available after the premiere on CTV’s YouTube channel:
Scott Kirby is a singer, songwriter, guitarist, storyteller, sailor and road warrior.
Kirby started writing songs after some inspirational late-night words from legendary songwriter Shel Silverstein and further encouragement from Peter Mayer. A year later, he found himself recording his first CD, Too Damn Yankee, in Jimmy Buffett’s Shrimp boat Sound Studio.
Kirby joined a group of friends in 2011 to open the Smokin’ Tuna Saloon, a 200-seat bar and music venue in Key West where Kirby often performs in winter months.
Over the years, Kirby has shared the stage with some of his favorite artists: Carole King, Jimmy Buffett, Livingston Taylor, and Tom Rush. When not on the road or performing in Key West, Kirby splits his time between Livingston, Montana, and the coast of New Hampshire where he can often be found sailing, a lifelong passion of this descendent of Newfoundland fishermen.
More details at www.walkerlecture.org