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steveSteve Travis has long been recognised as being one of England's top country solo artists. His relaxed style has always found a home with traditional country music fans as well as gaining appreciation of other audiences. For some years Steve was billed as the "King Of Singalong" because of the success of his very popular singalong albums and while not having left the tag completely behind Steve has released many albums containing whole songs of Country, Rock n Roll Classics and ballads. More information about these albums and a complete list can be found on the Recordings Page.

From a young age Steve wanted to be a singer and moved through pop and rock to country and easy listening. Steve has been performing at different clubs and theatres for around 40 years and in the 1970s, as a pop singer in "The Mighty Plod", he made appearances alongside top acts including ELO, Mud, Thin Lizzy and Showwaddywaddy. The rock years are represented in Steve's album "When Yesterday Was Now" Steve moved into country music in 1988 and his steveguitarfadefirst sing-along album, entitled "50 Country & Favourite Songs", released in 1997, sold over, 60,000 copies and achieved a silver disc for sales. Steve soon became a firm favourite at many major country music clubs and festivals throughout the UK and abroad. His popularity gained a succession of music and radio awards, with appearances alongside many major acts including Billy Jo Spears, Raymond Froggatt, Mary Duff and Dr Hook to name but a few.

Steve has now made another radical change of musical style with his recording of an album of Sea Shanties. (See the Shanty page for more info). In 2004 Steve had his first book published "As I Recall It" A book of short comical tales in the style of the "Carry On Films", In 2005 a book of Steve's Poetry was published "A Pirate's Kiss" Steve's has one-man-micrecently published a “warts-and-all” autobiography detailing his 40 years in the entertainment world. This is called “One Man and his Microphone” and is available via mail order or add to cart

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