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Steve Wade

by Steve Wade

Solid, melodic rock/pop songs.influences are: The Beatles, Michael McDonald,Jellyfish,Stephen Bishop and James Taylor.
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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1. Nowhere Fast
3:21 album only
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2. Fly
4:00 album only
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3. Some peple never learn
4:20 album only
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4. you do
3:39 album only
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5. Same Mistake
4:17 album only
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6. Wish
4:27 album only
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7. Are you telling me now?
3:06 album only
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8. keep it alive
4:59 album only
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9. Sweet little thing
1:53 album only
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10. Shine A Light
4:03 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Born in Liverpool, England,(home of ‘The Beatles’ and the ‘Mersey sound’) and moving to Australia at a very young age, Steve developed a love for music at an early stage in life.

When Steve was 10 his father bought him a guitar, (a very nice chunk of wood with strings on it) from a local market and Steve was determined to learn every Beatles song on record.

At the age of 13, he became involved in drama at school and started to write songs for his original school productions.

His early compositions were released on vinyl to accompany the scripts which, quite regularly, were performed by other schools around the country.

Later, he began performing live in various venues in his home town of Melbourne.

During this time a school friend scored a job as a sound engineer at a city studio and Steve would record his songs using ‘down time’ sometimes after gigs or starting Friday night and ‘sufacing’ early Monday mornings.

It was at this stage that a jingle writer (Mike Brady) heard Steve’s voice and started to hire Steve as a session singer on commercials.
This was the start of Steve’s career as a session singer, which continues to this day.

Being a songwiter also meant that Steve had to come to grips with technology to produce his songs and this led to producing songs for other artists.

Many of his songs have been recorded by local and international acts, (see CUTS & RELEASES), and many other of his other compositions have been used for everything from T.V and radio commercials to T.V themes, underscores and feature films.

In order to survive in the music industry Steve has touched on every aspect of the business.

He has honed his vocal ‘chops’ by performing live at thousands of venues locally and internationally, on television, in the studio, and on radio.
He says, one of his highlights in the studio, was working on the soundtrack for the Walter Matthau film ‘I.Q’ with Jerry Goldsmith.

Steve continues to work in all of these areas today and hopes to do so until he cannot breathe.

Over the years, Steve has worked either in the studio,live or on the big ole’ TV or radio with, HEY……these folks, Tina Arena, Mark Hunter, David Hirschfelder, Colin Hay, Ross Wilson, Russell Morris, Jerry Goldsmith, Kylie Minogue, Joe Camilleri, Bert Newton, Christine Anu, Anthony Warlowe, THE LOVERS, Renee Geyer, Tim Finn, Archie Roach, Southern Sons, Brian Cadd, Glen Shorrock, Lisa Edwards, Andrew Strong, Bruce Woodley, Judith Durham, Colleen Hewett, John Foreman, Bruce Rowland, Peter Best, Cezary Skubiszewsky, Colin Buchanin, Sara Storer, Venetta Fields, Lindsay Field, Karen Knowles, Linda George, Graham Lyall, Graham Goble, Glen Shorrock, WJAZ, ADORATION ON THE GOSPEL TRAIN, 9 STEPS TO HEAVEN, Kenny Loggins, James Ingram, Jon English, Doug Parkinson, SOUTHERN SONS, Graham Goble, Irwin Thomas and a very merry many more that are!

Steve’s Style has been described as pop/m.o.r/radio friendly.
Steve's Influences include: Stevie Wonder, The Beatles,Rolling Stones,Donny Hathaway,Marc jordan,Stephen Bishop,Michael McDonald,Paul Carrack,Daryl Hall,Ray Charles,Nat King Cole,Police,The Pretenders,Emy Lou Harris,Paul Rodgers,& Prince to name a few.

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