Randy Steward

Randy Steward

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Folk - Rock | Melba, Idaho, United States
Total Song Plays: 452   
Member Since: 2016
   Last Login: 12/29/2019
   Sounds Like: James Taylor, Jackson Browne

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Born in 1950 I was raised in a music loving family and started playing drums at the age of 6. Performing by the age of 9, I was hooked on music for life. Even as a child, banging away on the drums was an emotional outlet. By my late teens and early adulthood I found song writing to be the ultimate platform for pouring out emotions and dreams. I haven't stopped since. The Sailin' On album features works from the 60's all the way up to my newest works in the last few years.

I have found that I not only love writing and performing music but also enjoy the entire production process. Each has it's own challenges and rewards and I look forward to continuing to produce and perform for many years to come.

Currently my wife, Shaun, and I reside outside Marsing Idaho and love the rural life. We still have horses, dogs and cats to keep us humble. We enjoy traveling ALL THE TIME, visiting such wonderful locales as New Zealand, Alaska, Ireland, Costa Rico, New England, and many more.

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I enjoy the performing aspect of music and belong to 3 local bands in Idaho. The Fabulous Chancellors, a 60's and 70's classic rock band, The Sons of Thunder Mountain, an American acoustic group performing a mix of folk, county and soft rock and The Original Rocketeers a 50's dance band

I did some recording in the 70's and 80's at home recording studios but Sailin' On is my 1st CD produced in a professional studio and I believe my best work to date.


Warren Hein posted over 30 days ago to Randy Steward

damn you have a sweet voice dude!! well written again, thanks for the listen! nice guitar work too btw...Warren Hein

Warren Hein posted over 30 days ago

delightful piece of work in the John Deere tune--you've done it all i see, so HUGE kudos to you sir, glad i listened. all the best, Warren Hein

Bob Bentley posted over 30 days ago

Not sure how predictive text produced that combo sir! Was supposed to say by which time!

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