Voted one of the Top 500 Indie Bands on Reverbnation.
Although he is mostly known for his work with the rock band The Rachels out of Houston, TX, Steven Garcia collaborates with Love Sick Dog Publishing as a solo artist.
Even though Steven still plans to record and tour with The Rachels, he recordes material as a solo artist for Love Sick Dog Publishing. In 2012 the collaboration produced "Will You or Won't You" and "Quasimodo".The song "Will You or Won't You" was released through itunes in January of 2012.
With the January release of the single "Will You or Won't You", Steven was quickly given the Song of the Week (February 19 - 25) from Jamsphere Indie Rock Magazine from London.
Steven was also hand picked by Dodge as one of the top 500 bands on Reverbnation in their "Inspired by You" contest.
He was featured on Hosstheboss.com, e-buffett magazine story podcast, and several podcast and radio stations from the Uk which included best 2011 European podcast nominee Cyphreinc and HD1Radio. He was also featured Crunch Radio.com, Tunecast.net (Podcast #14), Island Studio Solutions, and is on the charts on Hotshotbands.com from Vancouver. He can also be found on Jango, Iamradio, UnsignedTopCharts, SoundCloud and Iheartradio. Steven is currently on the Reverbnation Rock Chart for his current home Spring, TX but he is originally from Corpus Christi, TX.
Steven and The Rachels have also re-recorded and released their first CD "Buy American" with three new songs. They are also planning to re-record other past CDs and may release a compilation CD in 2013.
In the start of 2013, Steven Garcia was hand picked to compete in the Hard Rock Rising Battle of the Bands.
Steven has worked closely with songwriter Jason Greene and country artist Clay Walker. He was also signed to Clay Walker's publishing company at one time. Steven and The Rachels are also featured on the motion picture soundtrack to the film "Noble Things".
With the Rachels currently on hiatus, Steven is currently touring Northern Houston with weekly shows under the comical band name Not The Rachels. Because of the popularity of The Rachels in Houston, Steve uses NTR to try to avoid fan confusion of what material will be played at his shows.