SongVault Artist Profile
New Brunswick, Canada
A member of the New Brunswick Country Music Hall of Fame Steve is referred to as an "accliamed veteran vocalist" by longtime Saint John music columnists - Gerry Taylor. This is Steve's first solo CD release and the reviews have been very positive.
Atlantic Musician wrote: If you're a Merle Haggard fan you'll love this album." contact Steve directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or find this music and more by Steve at http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/SteveLyons1
Gerry Taylor wrote - "Steve's Lyric writing is on par with almost anything coming out of Music City these days". " Framing Steve's voice is some of the most beautiful instrumentation you'll hear anywhere"." This CD will appeal to nearly all Nashville era music lovers"
Steve was born in Fredericton, New Brunswick in 1955, where as a child he grew up in Marysville. His family is musical and his musical influences were formed at an early age. Steves neighbourhood was rich in musical tallents, his next door neighbour was Duane Pond of the Diamond Trio and the legendary Aubrey Hanson lived just down the road. Steves first public performance was at the age of 12 at the Orange Hall in Durham Bridge. In his early years Steve Perfromed in and around the Fredericton, Boiestown and Doaktown area. After graduating Fredericton High in 1975 and Moncton Community College in 1977, Steve moved to Saint John where he performed with many local country groups in and around the greater Saint John area and other areas through out New Brunswick. Steve then formed the Highway 40 Blues country group, which was popular through out the area for many years. From there Steve joined the Lost Highway band where he has performed for the last 18 years.