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Steve Sofferin

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Influences:

Bruce Cockburn, Jackson Brown, Lowell George, Robert Cray, BB King, Joni Mitchell, J.D. Souther, Jack De Keyzer, David Bromberg

Favourite Singer/Songwriter:

Bruce Cockburn

Contact Email:

steve@best-rep.com


Songs by Steve Sofferin

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Region:

Buffalo/Toronto

Level of Experience:

PROFESSIONAL

Genre:

Blues | Country | Folk and Traditional | Rock and Pop

I Write:

By myself

I prefer to write:

Lyrics | Melody | Chord Patterns

Songs Recorded:

Time Will Tell Standin' Two Shots of Jack

I am interested in:

Networking | Pitching Songs to Artists | Pitching Songs To Tv/Film/Etc. | Signing with a Label | Getting a Publishing Deal

Other Jobs:

Food Service Broker & Sales Agency

Biography:

Steve’s career as a singer songwriter began in his teens, playing and writing with friends and fellow musicians in and around the University of Michigan. Steve honed his song writing and performance cred playing such legendary Michigan venues as the Ark, Dooley’s, Cave of the Candles, & Mr. Flood’s Party.

From Ann Arbor, Steve moved to Los Angeles with his wife Lisa. Hoot nights at the Troubadour, late night jam sessions with sought after studio musicians, and a couple of acoustic ventures kept Steve involved in the L.A. music scene for over 12 years. In 1990, Steve, Lisa, and family moved to Buffalo, NY where he resides and plays today.

Steve Sofferin’s first studio effort is now underway at DreamHouse Studio in Toronto. With Raz Koren at the production helm, and a rhythm section made up of some of the hottest young Canadian studio players, the new album is sure to hit the charts with a bullet! Checkout the first three tracks... the blues-rock'n Time Will Tell, and Steve's alt-country tinged tunes Standin' and Two Shots of Jack. Thanks for Listening!

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