StevieT

Music: Blues Easy Listening R&B Rock

Stevie T with “Wired Up” - Classic Ballads, Blues and Rock:

Steve Thomas, “Stevie T”, is an acclaimed classic ballads, blues and rock performer. He and his band, “Wired Up”, play Classics form the 60s and 70s including Etta James, Elvis, James Brown, Them, Chuck Berry, Buffalo Springfield, Them, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Willie Nelson, Loggins & Messina, and Led Zeppelin, Aaron Neville, etc. - and new and newer classic rock and blues from Rascal Flats, Bon Jovi, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Stevie Wonder.

In the 1960s, Stevie T’s band, “The Todes”, had a number one hit record in Utah. “Good Things” was a popular song in Hollywood, California, as documented in Domenic Priore’s book, Riot On Sunset Strip: Rock'N'Roll's Last Stand In Hollywood: "...'Good Things' by The Todes (sounds) as if they have arrived straight from inside the dark, brick-walled corridors of a club on the Strip such as Bido Lito's." (Bido Lito’s was a popular hangout on the Strip in Hollywood, CA.) “Good Things” is one of 65 songs written by lead singer and guitarist Steve Thomas.



What people are saying:

“We’d have paid concert prices to hear this guy sing! StevieT is really great!”

– Jimmy & Janet, Hartford CT

“This band can really play together. They rock!” – Megan, NYC

“The best kept secret in Salt Lake! Tell somebody! And you all show up for this!” – Mo, Mo’s Neighborhood Grille, SLC

“You gotta love him! With just his acoustic guitar and his own music, StevieT was a finalist in 2009 original songwriter’s contest here in Miami.” – Val, Miami Beach, FL

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