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"Simply put, I write songs. I play them live, and many of them I record and release."

Steve has been described as "a master of his craft" by and his recordings

as "object lessons in the art of contemporary songwriting" by fRoots Magazine.

FATEA Magazine wrote that seeing him perform live is "a privilege to witness.".

Cast in the mold of the classic troubadour, there are inevitably shades of those who

ultimately have defined the role, and yet his blend of blistering social commentary;

stark honesty, and fearless tenderness have marked Steve out as someone unafraid

to create his own place in the singer/songwriter landscape.

in November 2022, he released his 4th studio album, What Tomorrow Knows, following

on from 14 Good Intentions (2012), Striking Matches in the Wind (2015), Somewhere

Between (2016), and his live mini-album Alone in the Dark (2019). What Tomorrow

Knows has been enthusiastically received by many and described as "a future classic"

by Roots & Fusion.

2016's Somewhere Between was nominated for several awards and went on to win

Album of the Year (male artist) from FolkWords as well as the coveted Album of the

Year from FATEA Magazine. Other nominations and plaudits followed, and in 2020 a

download release of the piano-backed/spoken word version of his song The Baptist's

Father secured him Track of the Year from FATEA.

On record as well as on stage, Steve Pledger's songs connect. R2 Magazine once described his music as having "a direct route to the heart" and now more than ever, his live shows and his latest album, What Tomorrow Knows, would seem to confirm that statement. For him, that's very much what it's all about.

Steve can be found on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and even on TikTok from time to time! He also has a mailing list to which one may subscribe by means of the contact page. All Steve's albums are available on CD and digital download from Bandcamp, as well as several download-only tracks.

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