Steph Furness | Aviatrix

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by Steph Furness

An assortment of folksongs ranging from the love song to the political song. Lyrics that get you thinking, and a sound that goes well with any atmosphere or mood. Singer/songwriter folk style; sometimes funky, sometimes punky, sometimes just plain folky.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. So Alive
3:37 $0.99
2. Prove Me Wrong
2:52 $0.99
3. The House That Anger Built
3:51 $0.99
4. Not Completely Free
3:34 $0.99
5. The Anti-Valentine's Day Song
1:15 $0.99
6. Nothing's Changed
3:44 $0.99
7. Build It Up
3:53 $0.99
8. Twice In You
2:48 $0.99
9. Mullica River (Becki's Song)
1:50 $0.99
10. Seek From Inside
1:49 $0.99
11. Eye On The Ball
3:34 $0.99
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Album Notes
Steph Furness

Founder, Aviatrix Productions

Steph is a singer/songwriter/guitarist with a serious need to facilitate some change. She sings candidly of her life experiences and welcomes others to relate their own. Influenced by folk greats such as Ani DiFranco and Cheryl Wheeler, as well as local NJ artists such as Kate Evans, Steph melds traditional folk styles (i.e. Joan Baez) with blues, funk, punk and sometimes rock.

Steph's debut cd, "aviatrix", was released in June 2002 and is available at She has an ep due out on Aviatrix Productions in November (and will also be available on cdbaby).

Steph's record label/distro/pr engine, Aviatrix Productions, will serve as a promotion community for female musicians, as well as other female artists, who challenge the current order with their creations.

Steph's song "Not Completely Free" was accepted in May 2002 to a compilation put together by Michelle Malone, which was distributed at concerts played by artists on SBS Records and via purchases made at Daemon Records, Amy Ray's record label. Another of Steph's songs, "Build It Up", won third place in the summer of 2002 in a national songwriting contest.

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Sara Prechnik

Freshman album = B+
I enjoyed her CD and think it's very impressive for a first album, but I've seen her live recently and, after hearing her new songs, I look forward to hearing her sophomore album. : ) Very talented, great songwriter.

Amy Emerman

energetic guitar, refreshing lyrics
Steph's CD is really invigorating and fresh with its cutting edge lyrics, great guitar strums and contemporary honest lyrics. I think she's an up and coming talent and a voice that should be heard. More power to her, and hope she continues to share the music...

Keri Hanson

Beautiful and fun!
The music on this CD is fun, cool, and pleasing to the ears!

Mark Hunterson

honest, intimate, insightful
i really dig this cd -- she's got a traditional folk thing going on, but it's not BORING. she's sexy, candid and occasionally political. i'd pop "aviatrix" in on a rainy day to liven my mood... or on a sunny day to revel in it. : )

Kat Sunder

A Great CD.
This CD has a bunch of great songs that a listener can easily identify with. Steph Furness writes about experiences that most people can relate to with cleverly constructed lyrics and music that enhances their meanings.

Erin Hogan

Songs that you can't get out of your head, in a GOOD WAY!
Steph Furness' first CD Aviatrix is a wonderful blend of songs. You'll not only have one song stuck in your head all day, but many different catchy bits and pieces from each one, meshing into a new song! Great job Steph, keep up the great work!