“Steve Blexrud is a singer/songwriter/guitarist from Minneapolis, Minnesota, whose solid voice and soulful guitar playing have been turning heads all around the region. He is lead guitarist/vocalist for the Twin Cities band "Thunderheads" and is also an accomplished solo artist.”
“Steve’s roots rock, folk and blues style comes truly from the heart. You can hear the subtle influence of musicians like Mark Knopfler, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Jerry Garcia and Carlos Santana in his playing, and Steve's unique voice is polished and full of emotion.”
“Always a crowd pleaser, Steve and his band "Thunderheads" are the real deal, and one of the area’s best on the roots rock and blues scene. Steve’s bands have opened for National artists Bill Bruford, Cory Stevens and Merl Saunders. The band was featured on KARE 11 TV, 92 KQRS local music show and Cities 97 local music show.”
“As a solo artist, Steve has shared the stage with several known local/regional artists like Tom Hunter, Scottie Miller, Paul Mayasich, Lonnie Knight, and Willie Murphy.”
“Steve is available to perform with his band, as a solo act, or as a duo/trio at nightclubs, festivals, theaters, coffee houses, private parties, corporate functions, or receptions. Get ready to be entertained!”
"The self produced 'Soul Song' has a very slick and professional full sound to all tracks. The overall style encapsulates the music Steve loves. With a decidedly commercial appeal, the flavor is blues, jazz and pop. The CD definitely provides 'cheek to cheek' moments for the dance crowd."
"Thunderheads are a judicious jamming band, with compact songwriting that also recalls Dire Straits' Mark Knopfler."
“Your CD was waiting for me when I got home... LOVE LOVE LOVE IT!- Lynn Gates, CA”
“Steve Blexrud, singer/guitarist in the blues-rock band Thunderheads, has issued a new solo CD, "Soul Song". He's promoting the disc on Lonnie Knight's "radio" show "When World's Collide", streaming live on www.twincitiesradio.net from the Coffee Grounds in Falcon Heights.”
“The Escape, an excellent instrumental by Blexrud that seems to reveal what could be this band's calling, a kind of Southern rock/jazz fusion that I found enormously refreshing. As far as the singing is concerned, these guys can sing better than just okay.”