Steve McQueen Band | Give Me Strength

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Give Me Strength

by Steve McQueen Band

The time is right for the SMB-Steve McQueen Band. When you combine fierce musicianship, spectacular showmanship and bulletproof songs, you have a Band that can go the distance and truly stand out.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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1. Give Me Strength
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A Band started by Singer/Songwriter Steve McQueen (real name), who has been bringing a tonic blend of power soul and arena rock style to rave reviews from audiences wherever they Perform Live!!

The Band is based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada where they have been recording and building a fan base by becoming a tight, unstoppable, live act giving unforgettable performances.

The sound is a hybrid of classic rock influences with a modern approach, creating something new and improved taking today's rock n' roll to a whole new level. The song-writing is passionate and down to earth with at times, a working class sensibility to it. It has been described as hypnotically melodic, yet bravely diversified.

Been told we have similarities with: Aerosmith, Bon Jovi, Train, Bruno Mars, Maroon 5, Robbie William's, Keith Urban, Goo Goo Doll's, Van Halen, Journey, Guns N Roses, Adele, Motley Crüe, Katy Perry etc. Everyone seems to hear something different when comparing the sound, but proud to say, they enjoy it & want to hear more of it!



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