As an 8 year old, Steve
realized that he
wanted to be a singer.
Steve's earliest influence was his
Merv was a popular country singer in Australia.
At age 12, Steve
's parents gave him an acoustic guitar and Steve started guitar lessons in High School.
By age 15, Steve
first band as lead singer performing at dances, and whilst he
enjoyed that, he
decided to go into hard rock music a year later.
During a three year period, Steve
played with "Magnum Force" where he
did support gigs for some of Australia's best bands such as AC/DC, Little River Band, Billy Thorpe and the Aztecs and others.
By age 21, Steve
decided to play country music mainly because of his
Uncle's influence and because his
parents always has country music playing at home.
obviously had great passion for country music.
One of the songs on Steve's new album "Livin On Your Memory" is called "What I Like About Country" and refers to the childhood influence that country music delivered.
The track clearly desciribes how Steve feels.
Over the next 12 or so years, Steve
played in different country and rock bands.
In 1996 Steve
decided to go solo and released his
first album "Dammed If You Do, Dammed If You Don't".
The album still receives airplay on country music radio shows all over Australia.
Such is the popularity of Steve
- Guitar and Vocals
"God Bless" and thanks for dropping by - Steve Lowry