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Jackson Emmer with The Howling Kettles, Sam Moss and Evan Cory Levine. You know when you sit in a restaurant and you hear a table laughing and there is an impulse in you that you want to join them because they’re having the best time being together? Well, that was what it was like to [...]

The Elephant Revival quintet is from Nederland, Colorado and they have a sound that is hard to categorize with elements of gypsy, rock, Celtic, alt-country and folk.  All members of the band could be leads in their own groups, but together they create a powerful sound that touches your heart and makes you sing their [...]

The Paranoid Social Club stopped by Steve’s Guitars intimate listening room on Wednesday, March 6, 2013 and reminded me that I really do love a rockin’ band.  It’s something about the intensity gets me going. The band hails from Portland Maine and are sweeping across the country on tour.  They are an American rock band, [...]

If you research James McMurtry you’ll find dozens of famous writers of music and word quoted as giving credit to to James as being the greatest lyricist of our generation.  His songs are fearless and he covers topics that others dare not explore.  Last nights performance at PAC3, in Carbondale CO was filled with fans [...]

Carrie Rodriguez came to Steve’s Guitars, in Carbondale CO, on February 17, 2013 to a packed house of loyal fans, that many had traveled long distances to her play her fiddler and sing her beautiful songs.  I attended at the recommendation of Steve, as this was my first time hearing Carrie, and was not disappointed. [...]

Based in the Bay Area (DeVeaux in Oakland, Hadero in San Francisco), the singer-songwriters stopped by Steve’s Guitars unique listening room to share their sweet sounds with those lucky enough to be in attendance.

Roster McCabe… mixing reggae, funk and guitar-rock… led by Steele’s searing vocals and Daum’s twisting guitar solos… [is one of] five up-and-coming jam bands that could draw audiences to the festivals of tomorrow. – BILLBOARD MAGAZINE