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It's a solo show at Martyn House In Towne. Have heard nothing but great things about this venue and can't wait to get rolling on Saturday, May 23rd. Come on out.
500 SONGS FOR KIDS features over 1000 musicians performing 500 songs and will take place over five consecutive weekends in Atlanta. All proceeds benefit SONGS FOR KIDS FOUNDATION, which brings musicians year-round to children's hospitals and special needs kids camps. To learn more, please visit http://www.songsforkids.org or http://www.facebook.com/songsforkidsfoundation. 500 Songs For Kids 2015 Counting down Rolling Stone magazine's 500 Greatest Songs of All Time! April 3 & 4 - Smith's Olde Bar April 10 & 11 - The Earl April 17 & 18 - Vinyl at Center Stage April 23, 24 & 25 - Vinyl at Center Stage April 30, May 1 & 2 - Smith's Olde Bar ALL TICKETS FOR 500 SONGS FOR KIDS 2015 ARE PAY WHAT YOU WANT! http://www.songsforkidsfoundation.org/SFKFacebookCover.jpg
The new record written by Steve Baskin and Scott Shiflett is out this month and they're celebrating the release at Steve's Live Music on Friday, February 6.
Super excited to be back at Steve's for a rockin' set. Got new stuff to throw at you. Can't wait. Also sticking around for Radar's reunion show that starts at 9P.
Sounds Like: Pete Yorn, Band of Horses, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Modest Mouse, Ryan Adams
Bio: Steve Baskin writes, records and plays a unique blend of smart, energetic pop and Americana rock and roll. He's just finished up recording and mastering for his third full-length release -- Dead Rock Star.
Steve partnered up Scott Shiflett a few years back. Their playing and vocal styles immedi...See Full Bio
“‘Dead Rock Star’: Baskin alive, well on new CD Steve Baskin’s latest CD, “Dead Rock Star,” has a lot of flavors. Pop, country, classic rock, bluegrass. Mostly original songs written by Baskin, or Baskin with co-songwriters. And a killer sorta-kinda bluegrass, twang-fest, big-brass-backed cover of Queen’s “Killer Queen.” There are threads of his current home in Atlanta, his old hometown of Valdosta, the sensibilities of a guy who runs his own business but never lost his musical soul, a man who’s made new musical friends but never forgot his old Valdosta musical friends who also live in Atlanta and those areas just to the north of us. They’re all available. These flavors. Each tasty one. Right there in the music of Baskin’s “Dead Rock Star.””