Steve has three albums to his credit: "Blues in Paradise", just released in mid August 2013 and “Hurricane”, both available here and on I-Tunes, Amazon and www.cdbaby.com, and “Boppin' the Blues”, an album of classics, currently out of print, but available as a download on this site.
Steve has also recorded with Willy and the Po' Boys, The House Band, Skeeter and The Buzztones, and John "The Rev" Nelson. Most recently, he played slide guitar on the album "Dancin" by BK Ashton, a Liverpool England rock group.
Steve is the host of the Thursday Morning Blues Cruise, which can be heard on alternate Thursday mornings 9:30-12:30 EST, WOMR 92.1, Provincetown MA, or on WFMR, 91.3, Orleans, MA, or on the web at www.WOMR.org.
Steve has played with, shared stages and opened for Jimmy Rodgers, Barbara Carr, Oliver Sain, Henry Townsend, Silver Cloud, The Nighthawks, Ansen Funderburg and the Rockets, Johnny Johnson, James Crutchfield, Dave MacKenzie and many others.
Events of Interest
July 2013 You Know I Had the Blues and I Look for the Words, both from the Blues in Paradise CD, were chosen for airplay on NECN http://www.necn.com/07/30/13/Morning-Show-Soundtrack-Steve-Morgan-and/landing_soundtrack.html?blockID=847955
Winner 2011 Eventide Arts Songwriting Festival for "One AM in Provincetown", Blues/Jazz category, Cape Cod, MA
Feb. 2009 Homegrown Artist of the Month, PIXY 103 radio, W. Yarmouth MA.
Winner 2008 Eventide Arts Songwriting Festival for "Blues Fever", Blues/Jazz category, Cape Cod, MA
Honorable Mention (second place) 1999, Eventide Arts Songwriting Festival for "Solange"
Placed 3 songs in the top ten in the 1992 St. Louis Rhythm and Blues Songwriting Contest: I Have No Friends, District Attorney, Goin' Back to St. Louis.
Featured performer in the 1992 Guitar Masters Concert, St. Louis MO
Featured performer in the St. Louis Blues Heritage Festival; performances recorded for the Missouri Historical Society archives.
Backup musician in the first St. Louis Blues Festival.
Backup player/band leader for 4 out of 5 years of the “Harp Attack”, the St. Louis harmonica festival, beginning 1986.
Terry Abrahmson, author, "In the Belly of the Blues": I saw these guys last night at Stewart's in Eastham! Curtis Mayfield was smilin' in heaven!
CapeCast, Cape Cod Times: "Wellfleet guitar legend and blues dude..."
T-Bird (T Gandalfo) Blues DJ, T-Bird's Morning Blues Ride, Events promoter, WOMR 92.1 Provincetown..."Authentic St. Louis blues and jazz...great vocals and killer electric blues guitar licks...sweet slide and jazzy acoustic takes..."
Spotlight: “Showmanship with solid blues…unique among St. Louis acts”
St. Louis Bluesletter: “Scorching slide guitar’
St. Louis Post Dispatch: “Really had the Living World jumping!”
Blue Highway Series: “Flying V ace”
St. Louis USO: “Spectacular performance…best ever”