Scott Crowder - Upon Shoulders

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Upon Shoulders | Scott Crowder

I have known Scott for 25 years. He and his family are giants in the faith. They live with a wide open yes to all Gods goodness. Scott is one of my favorite people in whole world.

Scott is also one of my favorite musical artists in the whole world and his last full-length album, Upon Shoulders is full of vibe and grace; it’s authentic soul rock with revelation in every beat.

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