Working collabro with indie artist Steve Ison, winner of the Golden Kayak Male Artist of the Year (2006) at Independent Artists company. Our coauthor songs include "Sailors On the River," "Peko," "Love's Dangerous" (#1 BJ indie rock recently). We've composed over 30 songs together.

My book Poet In California ('92, 2003) praised by Pulitzer Prize winner James Merrill. My great affection for music transforms humbly into devotion/dedication to the art. "Music is where it's at man." Won awards on GarageBand.com, including twelve (12) Tracks of the Day (in rock/alt.rock/or comedy), and "At Starbucks" #1 on BJ (indie rock) in '05, top 10 6 months. Also, in dialogue with a distinguished manager/promoter who represents grammy award winners. (more info.)

Latest News

Ison and April's "Sailors on the River" cd available at amazon.com etc.

Steve Ison's "The Stars Are Never Really Distant" now available on Itunes.

Steve's a legend in indie music...

Steve April (brief bio)

Working collabro with indie artist Steve Ison, winner of the Golden Kayak Male Artist of the Year (2006) at Independent Artists company. Our coauthor songs include "Sailors On the River," "Peko," "Love's Dangerous" (#1 BJ indie rock recently). We've composed over 30 songs together.

My book Poet In California ('92, 2003) praised by Pulitzer Prize winner James Merrill, and two (2) National Book Award winners. My great affection for music transforms humbly into devotion/dedication to the art. "Music is where it's at man." Won a "Legend" award in 2012 at Independent Artists Company, www.iacmusic.com, won awards on GarageBand.com, including twelve (12) Tracks of the Day (in rock/alt.rock/or comedy), and "At Starbucks" #1 on BJ (indie rock) in '05, top 10 6 months. Featured on www.iacmusic.com, on over 200 internet radio stations. Also, in dialogue with a distinguished manager/promoter who represents grammy award winners. (more info.)

  • Member Since: 2003
  • Last Login: 9/18/2022

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Ron Wilson
over 30 days ago to Steve April

Thanx for the really good review of BYE BYE ORLANDO, I just got it, sorry it took so long rating your review. Good work and I thank you.



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ACRYMATRIX
over 30 days ago to Steve April

Thank you for your review of " What's it gonna take". The songs I have posted are from analog demos from way back in '96. I'm old school and am reproducing my archives in Pro Tools. It will all be posted in time...but your review was honest and fair and wish you all the best!



Thank you, Steve, for reviewing Prison. I appreciate the feedback. All the best to you!



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