Skorikâ€™s non-conformative ways regarding his music and the music business has been his compass throughout his career. The sound: a cross between blue-collar pop and slacker rock-n-roll. The message: self absorbed musical therapy. Itâ€™s not that Skorik is abandoning the listener; itâ€™s more about bending their ear in hopes of finding some commonality in the struggles and successes of day to day living.
As reviewed by Peter Cooper of The Tennessean, â€œSkorik is the guy behind the counter; the guy whose motor stutters at the drive-through window; the ne'er do well friends figure could make something of himself if he'd ever get some focus. His [music] is ample evidence that Nashville's sidewalks and bar stools often hold more talent than its Music Row office buildings.â€
As Jeff gears up to hit the road this summer in support of â€œlove songâ€ he claims his mission is clear cutâ€¦â€keep it simple and keep it honest.â€ The very two ingredients crafted in his art-form that makes this artist standout in an industry that thrives on the exact opposite.
Check out the artist's website:
1. Wounded Wing
2. Love Song
3. Just A Little
4. Sweet Marie
5. The More I Want (The Less I Get)
6. Going Nowhere
8. It Takes Time
10. Cook 'N' Clean
11. The Best Of Me
12. Say What?