Live on Drive Wednesday edition: Curt Anderson

Wednesday, March 9, 2016 2:57 pm
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By Mike Atkinson

It was a Live on Drive with a difference this week Curt Anderson joined Christine to play a mash up of his new song “Keep it Beating” crossed with “Stitches” by Shawn Mendes.

Curt dropped into Perth for just 10 hours, promoting his new album “Every Moment” – released back in January.

Podcast: Christine with Curt Anderson for Live on Drive

From Nashville, Tennessee – Curt has been in the music business for the past 7 years. Brought up in a musical family, Curt has been making music since he could first reach the piano keys.

“When I was little, music was the only thing I ever wanted to do. I started to learn how to play a little piano and write some little songs.”


“Every Moment” is Curt’s first release on Dream Records, which see’s him team up with Grammy and Dove Award winning songwriters who have penned songs with artists such as Selena Gomez, Natasha Bedingfield, Backstreet Boys, and NSYNC.

“Keeping it Beating is a story of redemption. None of us are perfect; we mess up and we can easily get caught up in these patterns where we make the wrong decisions over and over again, and as the song says we kind of get shipwrecked on the rocks of these mistakes, searching for hope and searching for the way back home.”

Curt’s whirlwind tour of Australia continues this weekend as he heads to the Forest Edge Music festival in Victoria, continuing through NSW and New Zealand.

Curt Anderson performing Stitches Vs. Keep it Beating for Live on Drive.





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