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Steve Eaton, a great songwriter…

As a songwriter, Steve’s songs have earned gold and platinum records for The Carpenters and Art Garfunkel. His songs have also been recorded by many other artists, including Glen Campbell, The Righteous Brothers, Ann Murray, and Lee Greenwood.

Steve has received Emmy nominations for his original music written for PBS and has written music for the Nature Conservancy, National Wildlife Federation and the National Endowment for the Arts. Some consider his song Idaho I Love You to be the true state song of Idaho.

As a performer, Steve has performed in a variety of venues all over the country, and has been a member of several bands including The Fabulous Chancellors and Paul Revere and the Raiders. Steve has played and shared the stage with many well-known entertainers and recently had the opportunity to open for Ray Charles.

As a recording artist, Steve’s first album “Hey, Mr. Dreamer” was released by Capitol Records to critical acclaim. Two of Steve’s early albums have recently been re-released by Vivid Sound Company. One of Steve’s most popular CDs is “Wish You Were Here,” a CD containing a selection of Steve’s songs that reflect his unique blend of rhythm and blues with influences of country and bluegrass. His “Montana in a Song” and the “The Train Doesn’t Stop Here Anymore” have been acclaimed for their poignant lyrics and distinctive arrangements. Steve’s latest CD is entitled “Out of the Blues” and reflects Steve’s signature keyboard style on this mix of jazz and blues arrangements.

Steve lives in the Boise foothills where he has a recording studio and continues to perform at various venues throughout the country.

Words taken from the official Steve Eaton website.

Discography

Home For Christmas

Evensteven Publishing 2005

Tracks: I´m Dreaming Of A White Christmas, The Twelve Days Of Christmas, Deck The Halls, Have Yourself A Merry Christmas, I´ll Be Home For Christmas, Jingle Bells, Let It Snow, Little Drummer Boy, Roudulph The Red Nose Reindeer & Walking In A Winter Wonderland.

Musicians on the Home For Christmas album: Steve Eaton and others.

Out Of The Blues

Evensteven Publishing 2003

Tracks: Fool For The Moon, Where Do I Fit In, Sixteen Tons, Hello To Goodbye, Out Of The Blues, All You Get From Love Is A Love Song, You Don´t Know Me, Raking Leaves In The Wind, Light My Fire, Trust Love & You Can Get Your Love Right Here.

Musicians on the Out Of The Blues album: Steve Eaton, Terry Hill, Zakari Frantz & Phil Garonzik.

Wish You Were Here

Evensteven Publishing 2002

Tracks are: Take Me To The Mountain, Me Minus You Equals Blue, Montana In A Song, Rag Doll, The Goldsmith, Roads, Asleep At The Wheel, All You Get From Love Is A Love Song, Where Do I Fit In, The Train Doesn´t Stop Here Anymore & Don´t Think Twice It´s Alright.

Musicians on the Wish You Were Here album: Steve Eaton and others.

Steve Eaton

Mountain Bluebird Records 1979

Tracks: Got Me Moanin’, Rakin’ Leaves In The Wind, All In Love Say “I”, Hurricanes And Tornadoes, Where Do I Fit In. Old Smart Big And Kind, Without You, Never Knew A Pain, Friendly Stealer, You’re Not A Hero, Long Overdue (CD bonus track), Million Dollar Blues (CD bonus track), No Man’s Land (CD bonus track) & Took Me By Surprise (CD bonus track).

Musicians on the Steve Eaton album: Steve Eaton, Leland Sklar, Matt Marshall, John Ferraro, Mike Baird, Jim Gordon, Steve Lukather, Phil Marshall, Jai Winding, Jim Cos, Michael Omartian, Larry Knechtek, Craig Buhler, Steve Forman, Sandy Marutinez & Cindy Fee.

Hey Mr. Dreamer

Capitol Records 1975

Tracks: Hey Mr. Dreamer, Beatin’ Me With Kindness, Rag Doll, Movin’ On, We’re All Powered By The Same Old Juice, Railway To Heaven, Sad Tomorrow, Something About Her, Heaven’s An Aasy Number & All You Get From Love Is A Love Song.

Musicians on the Hey Mr. Dreamer album: Steve Eaton, Richard Bennett, Mike Deasy, Dean Parks, Jim Gordon, David Kemper, Leland Sklar, Larry Knechtel, Mike Melvoin, Michael Omartian, The Dirt Sisters & Cindy Bullens.

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