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Steve cut his musical teeth in The Little Green Men, a band that developed a strong cult following in the late 80s and early 90s. He then decided to go back to college and study music before going on to Middlesex University to do a Performing Arts degree playing various roles from Richard III to a brummie Elvis impersonator! After working on various projects in and around London, Steve returned to Dorset to record his first solo album Steppin’ it up a Notch and to co-write a childrens musical, followed by his second album Sideshows and Fairytales.


Steve brings all his experiences, which include busking on streets around Europe, playing in pit orchestras, innumerable gigs (including a stint as the "Human Jukebox"), having two kids, and channels them into his songwriting, which has been described as "food for the seriously starved soul, crafted with rare care". Steve can also be seen playing bass for The Robbie McIntosh Band and recently completed a challenge to write a song every day in May, some of which can be heard on the Wilson album Old School, New Rules.





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