Surviving attempted shootings, car wrecks and various governments, Steve washed up on the friendly shores of Wales, a country with a rich musical heritiage. He fit right into this fertile pool of talent, playing with all the local legends, guys with track records that include the likes of Dave Edmunds, Bo Diddley, Tom Jones, Van Morrison, and many others.
His song "Money and Fun" was No.1 in the Alternative Country Chart and "Charlene" No.2 in the Cardiff Talent Chart. Voted Rhondda Valley Musician of the year in 1992, he also contributed music to the award winning Welsh language film "Boy Soldier' and formed the nearly famous Sting Like a Bee, a band reviewed by Cory Fiedler of CBS-TV as "...Dave Edmunds meets The Fabulous Thunderbirds on the way to see Led Zeppelin". He even received accolades from Elwood Blues (just ask Dan!).
Now returned to his homeland, Steve's latest album, "The Journey" is a trip through a colorful life. Twelve atmospheric songs blend all the captivating ingredients of Americana into a story well told.
"Steve has given us an excellent album full of music reminiscent of the glory days of the Byrds, the Burritos, and the early Eagles - yet grounded in sounds that purists and Buddy Holly fans could easily identify with...." - Alan Rockman, L.A. music columnist.
â€œLast night I reviewed the entire album from first note to last and find (Steveâ€™s) songwritting skills & style on equal with all the greats. Will be airing on my shows...â€
Eddie Russell â€“ Outlaw for Peace Radio, Columbus TX
"Steve's songs are strong and authentic." - British Blues Connection
â€œIâ€™ve never heard of him.â€ â€“ Jim Ed Norman, President, Warner Music/Nashville
1. Money and Fun
2. They Don't Know About You
4. Shadow of a Doubt
5. A Normal Man
6. (How Long) Till We Kiss
7. Running For The Border
8. Death Come Creepin'
9. Life Went and Happened
10. Boss's Daughter
11. You're Too Late (I'm Gone)
12. The Journey