“Stephen Goes Sailing” – New Music

This video is a piano and voice demo of a song that I’ve been working on called “Stephen Goes Sailing”.

There is a fully produced version of it coming soon. But there is something nice about sitting at the piano and just singing without all the production elements… It’s also a lot less work!

If you like the song and video, it would be appreciated if you shared it with friends on social media.

Here is the YouTube link: https://youtu.be/An0fV5_xyMM

Here is the Facebook Video link: https://www.facebook.com/michaelstegnermusic/videos/10155779645637998/

 

New Music – “Dead Man Blues”

As endless and overwhelming as music can get, sometimes it feels really good to just let things fly on a simple blues with good friends. This recording is of a song I wrote called “Dead Man Blues”. Hopefully it will make it onto a record soon. In the meantime, you can check it out here…

Robin Holcomb in the studio

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New Single – Love Song from a Montana Boy to a Wyoming Girl He Saw Once Forever

I have a new single out on all the major streaming services online. It’s called Love Song From a Montana Boy to a Wyoming Girl He Saw Once Forever. It features my friend from Senegal, Thione Diop, on the talking drum.

Here are the links… Please share on social media and add to your playlists if you’re so inclined.

Thank You Note – In the Form of a New Release Find My Way

I was made aware by Facebook this morning that my music page has reached 500 followers. As many of you know I’m not a big Facebook or hype person, but I really appreciate that people have taken the time to find and like the page.

To say “thank you”, I wanted to give a sneak-peak to an album I’ve been working on for many years. In the form of a free download or stream to a song…

Photo: Carrie Robinson Katie Jacobson, Anna Freedman and Flora McGill listening to Paul Kimble say funny things through the headphones

Photo: Carrie Robinson
Katie Jacobson, Anna Freedman and Flora McGill listening to Paul Kimble say funny (or not funny) things through the headphones

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