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Steve Millard x 2

by Steve Millard

A powerful teen ballad of love and a moving country ballad of family, all on one CD.
Genre: Pop: Power Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Thinkin' of Your Love
Dana Sedgwick
3:53 $0.99
2. The Greatest Dad
Scott Krippayne
3:41 $0.99
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Album Notes
1. Thinkin’ of Your Love

Dana Sedgwick – Vocals
Scott Anderson - Piano, Synthesizer

50% of all proceeds from the sale of
'Thinkin' of Your Love' will be donated to
Pacific Northwest Ballet (

2. The Greatest Dad

Scott Krippayne – Vocals
Scott Anderson - Piano, Synthesizer
Gary Ballard - Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin, Steel Guitar

50% of all proceeds from the sale of
'The Greatest Dad' will be donated to
The Alzheimer's Association (

DANA SEDGWICK is a 17-year-old Seattle area recording artist. In studio, she has recorded a variety of projects for Disk Eyes Productions and recently went to Nashville, Tennessee to record at Sony Studios. Dana attends Seattle Academy of Arts and Sciences, where she is an active member of their a cappella group, The Onions. Dana is also a member of Island Sound, a theatrical choir for high school students. Last spring, she performed with the touring company of “Joseph and the Technicolor Dream Coat” at the Paramount Theatre in Seattle as a member of their children chorus.

SCOTT KRIPPAYNE ( is a respected, accomplished singer/songwriter with plenty of radio and critical success and six albums, including “Wild Imagination” (Word Records), “More” (Word Records), “Bright Star Blue Sky” (Spring Hill Music Group), “All of Me” (Spring Hill Music Group), “It Goes Like This” (Spring Hill Music Group), and “Gentle Revolution” (Spring Hill Music Group).

SCOTT ANDERSON ( is the owner of 57th Street Productions in Monroe, Washington. His amazing talents include musician, songwriter, producer, and recording engineer. Scott has worked with Top 40 artists, national record labels, blockbuster films, television productions, and video game soundscapes.

GARY BALLARD began his musical career in 1964. Influenced by various musical styles including rock, bluegrass, western swing, smooth jazz, blues, funk, country and folk, Gary has established himself as one of the most diverse and accomplished guitarists in the Northwest. Gary’s talent for producing, arranging, and songwriting have placed him in high demand for recording sessions and live performances. He has shared the stage and/or studio with Charlie Daniels, Hoyt Axton, B.J. Thomas, David Kersh, Michael Tomlinson, Ricky Skaggs, Trisha Yearwood, Tim McGraw, Holly Dunn, Exile, Leroy Parnell, America, Blood Sweat and Tears, Mavericks, Grant Goodeve, as well as a host of local Seattle artists including Tim Noah, Kellee Bradley, James Curley Cooke, Chris Ward, Barbara Lamb, Josephine Howell, Paul Richardson, Kevin Wade Juma to name a few. In addition to acoustic, electric, and pedal steel guitars, Gary is highly skilled on the mandolin, 5-string banjo, and Dobro. “Away with Words”, the title of Gary’s solo Smooth Jazz CD features Gary’s original instrumentals.

STEVE MILLARD grew up in Arlington, Virginia in a house filled with the music of Beethoven, Brubeck, Getz, Dylan, Chopin, and church hymns. In elementary school he played piano and drums, then switched to alto sax and flute in junior and senior high. At Pomona College, Steve played in the jazz band under the direction of Bobby Bradford.

After college Steve put music on hold, moved to Seattle, and got a Ph.D. in Biostatistics from the University of Washington. Later he began picked up the sax again, studying with Johnny Jessen and Don Lanphere. In the Fall of 2000, a piano in need of a babysitter rolled into Steve’s life and he began taking piano lessons. Since then Steve has written jazz, country, and pop songs. He has released two CDs: "Wrapped Up in Your Kiss", a collection of jazz standards, and "Steve Millard x 2", which includes a moving country ballad of family and a powerful teen ballad of love.

Steve currently lives in Seattle with his wife and son.



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