Stephen Lee Rich | Free Range Sofas

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Free Range Sofas

by Stephen Lee Rich

Traditional tunes, originals, and character comedy makes this a six song vaudeville show.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. Waterbound
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2. Can't Go Home
3:39 $0.99
3. The Lizard
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4. Babylon
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5. Mole in the Ground
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6. Tell Me What Democracy Looks Like
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Album Notes
Stephen Lee Rich has, in his forty year career, been a folksinger, stand-up, comic, country singer, songwriter, and master of ceremonies for countless events. For the last ten years he's worked as the back half of the duo Andina and Rich. This EP, "Free Range Sofas" re-establishes him as a solo act. It brings together his various talents and experiences to create a whole new way to do Acoustic Music because Stephen Lee is, first and foremost, an entertainer.
September 1st, 1969 a then sixteen- year- old Stephen Lee
Rich entered a talent contest
at the County Fair in Mariposa County, California. He won five dollars and a career was born.
Most teenage boys would have hung up the guitar after securing their first full time job, but
Stephen Lee kept the music coming. Now, over forty years
later, he still commands the
stage with his combination
of folk, country, and original
songs mixed with a healthy
dose of comedy.

Just look at what people have to say about him.

“…a great Madison
folk musician.”

“Stephen Lee Rich is a
variety show.”
Manitowoc Herald
Times Reporter

“… a veteran folkie.”
The Reader (Chicago)

“He’s good!”
WGN Morning News

Look at where he’s been!

Nashville Songwriters Festival
Grand Marais Songwriters Festival
Gebhard Woods Dulcimer Festival
Edgewater Folk and Bluegrass Festival
Two-Way Street Coffeehouse
Wild Hog In The Woods Coffeehouse
Hayner Public Library – Alton, IL
And much more.
He's done live radio shows, too.

Folk IT! - A3 Radio – Ypsilanti, MI
Higher Ground – Wisconsin Public Radio
Blue Plate Special – WDVX- Knoxville, TN
And much more.

With the Holidays coming up this EP will make a great stocking-stuffer (especially if you know someone with oddly shaped feet).

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Marc Black

Feels good, sounds good.
Something real and natural about these songs. Wear 'em like a favorite old coat.