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Steve D'Angelo / Bio

Steve D'Angelo is a indie folk/rock singer/songwriter that is both soulful and true. Steve recorded his first full-length band album "Dangerous Words" and was released May 2013 at the Hard Rock Cafe, Detroit. Prior to this, he recorded an EP "Days Gone By" with five of those 12 new hits earlier that year. Before this he recorded four underground albums from 1999-2006. One minute remnants of Dylan on harp echo on a solo ballad, with the next echoing sounds of early Atlanta 90s rock. Steve plays like Jeff Buckley on the guitar and sings with the vocal stylings of Elvis Costello.

Steve D'Angelo broke onto the Detroit music scene in 2005. Since then he has both hosted open mics, opened or shared bills with other indie acts such as Sista Otis, Audra Kubat, Michelle Held, Tone and Niche, Kent Koller, Woven Tangles, Deekah Wyatt and RCS, Elanora, and the Gardener and the Wildflowers just to name a few. Venues include PJ's Lager House, the Hard Rock Detroit, the Berkley Front, the Plymouth Roc, etc. He is continuing to book into the 2014 year and is available for solo, duo, and band shows as desired. He is also available to do house concerts and accommodate as an opening act or solid line-up on any bill.

Steve is planning a 2014 summer tour hitting the cities of Detroit, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Lexington, Nashville and Willmington, DE.

stevedangelomusic@hotmail.com
www.facebook.com/stevedangelo
booking@stevedangelomusic.com
www.stevedangelomusic.com

General Info

Band Members
Steve D'Angelo - Vocals/Guitars/Keyboards/Harps, Jon Leavell - Bass, Eric Childress II - Drums, Michael Plouffe - Saxophone
Artist Name
Steve D'Angelo
Home Page
http://www.reverbnation.com/stevedangelo
Active Since
02/93
Genres
Folk / Acoustic Rock / Singer Songwriter

Contact Info

Location
Farmington, MI
Manager
Self-management

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