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Rock: Rockabilly Moods: Solo Male Artist Moods: Type: Vocal Country: Alt-Country Country: Honky Tonk

By Location
United States - California United States - California - LA

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Steve Byers

Steve "Daddy-O" Byers is an independent singer/songwriter. He specializes in writing and performing "New Oldies" with his songs rooted deep in 1950's Rock and Roll. Seven of his songs from his album, "Steve Byers Artist" have been picked up and used in film and television shows.

Film Credits

2009 "Walker Payne", premiered May 2009 on "Showtime". The songs from his album in this film are: "Layem Down" and "Ready to Rip".
2005 "29 Reasons to Run". This film won many film festival awards for the music used in the film. Steve's song, "Saturday Night" was used in the film.
2004 "Townies". This is an independent film that used Steve's song, "Everybody's Cruisin".

Television Credits

2009 The HBO Smash Series, "True Blood" used one Steve's new songs, "Rhythm Bound" .
2008 The TV Series, "Everwood" picked up the song "Everybody's Cruisin".
2007 TNT Series, "Saving Grace" used two of Steve's songs, "Memphis Rocks" and "Chili Dawg".
1983 "Morning Stretch" out of San Francisco, California, played "She Wears High Heel Shoes and a Low Neck Sweater".
1982 "American Bandstand" featuring host, Dick Clark, featured Steve's song "Saturday Night".

Radio
2009 "Hullabaloo" was picked up for a Radio Ad.
2008 "American Boy" was featured in 6,000 Regal Theatres throughout the United States.
2007 "Memphis Rock" was featured in 6,000 Regal Theatres throughout the United States.
2002 "Life on the Move" charted #42 on European Country Radio.
2001 "Them Ole Blue Suede Shoes" charted #32 on European Country Radio.

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