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Steve Coyne, the Guitarist/Songwriter undeniably makes music from the heart. Whatever he does with his guitar and whenever he pens a song, his whole being is involved.
With more than 20 years of creating music through licks, riffs and extreme shredding, he creates tunes that come from his years of academic training from Berklee College of Music, rigorous practice, and professional experience. His main instrument is guitar, yet he also shows prowess on the keyboards.
Steve Coyne has played with various musical groups that tour around the tri-state and New England areas. They range from fusion, gospel, jazz, pop, and rock. With a vast experience of arranging, composing, and playing different musical genres, Steve Coyne puts his expertise to the max. He has performed alongside smooth jazz artist Ragan Whiteside, gospel virtuoso Jonathan DuBose Jr., national touring musicians Chris McCarvill (Dokken, Jeff Scott Soto, House of Lords) and BJ Zampa ( Yngwie Malmsteen, Dokken, House of Lords, Tony MacAlpine).
His styles are mainly jazz, fusion and rock and also plays gospel and pop. Currently, he is working on his album while gigging around with local bands around the New England states and New York.
Steve has a Bachelor's Degree from Berklee College of Music in Professional Music and a Master of Science Degree in Music Education from WestConn.
Steve is currently recording his Instrumental Rock guitar album, Shredding Action Mania with a team of top level recording professionals including BJ Zampa (Dokken, House of Lords, Yngwie Malmsteen), Chris McCarvill ( Dokken, House of Lords, Jeff Scott Soto), Steve Buslowe (Michael Bolton, Celine Dion, Meatloaf) and Tom Swift (AC/DC, Eric Clapton, 4 Time Grammy Winner, Swift Kick Productions).
The album is being mixed and co-produced by Rob Barone at The Bedroom Recording Studios.
Steve has studied guitar with Tony MacAlpine, John Finn, Tomo Fujita, and Ken Taft.
Steve is proudly endorsed by GHS/Rocktron.