Stukenberg

Stukenberg

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Pop - Rock | Austin, Texas, United States
Total Song Plays: 590   
Member Since: 2011
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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David St├╝kenberg, usually referred to only by his bizarre-sounding, German surname (pronounced "stew-ken-burg"), is an aberrant songwriter/multi-instrumentalist. St├╝kenberg was born the son of nomad missionaries and spent his childhood traveling according to the demands of his parents' work, which he describes as "the type of work that doesn't steal land, end lives, and dictate self-righteousness, but instead helps those in need the way the Bible would actually intend." Due to his dozen plus schools, combined with continual relocating, David gravitated towards the one consistent friend he had: music.

After recording and releasing his folk-rock album, The Silo Project, in a Wisconsin grain silo, David moved to Austin, TX. The 'Live Music Capital of the World' is where David and his band now reside. The band's focus is on recording and releasing their first full length album after their recent release of a pop-rock EP titled 'Buy In Vol. I.' (http://www.BuyIn.StukenbergMusic.com)

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ACCOLADES
2011 Kerrville Folk Festival New Folk Finalist
'Concussions in Heaven' ranked 2nd Best Song of 2010 by The Onion
The Silo Project ranked in the Top 10 Albums of 2010 by The Onion
Performances at Arizona State University, University of Houston, University of Wisconsin - Madison, Emo's
Support for Andy Davis, The Daylights, Hawthorne Heights, 100 Monkeys, He is We, Love Bettie, Polyphonic Spree

ENDORSEMENTS
Gold Tone (http://www.goldtone.com)
Godin Guitars (http://www.godinguitars.com)


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David Allen Belote posted over 30 days ago to Stukenberg


Thank you for your review of "My Baby Love's Me". I had no clue that the song would ever be considered reminiscent of "Born to Be Wild" by Steppenwolf...I have been told and agree that the bass line is too repetitive along with some other parts. As soon as I have the time I will work on all the areas that you recommended before I push the song out again. Listeners beware! Thanks! Dave

   
 
A Show of Hands posted over 30 days ago


Thanks David for the great review of "Bittersweet" got to be one of our best works good response from alot of fans.


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