The new live CD from Steve young is now available at

A new live solo CD . Recorded in Youngstown , Ohio in November , 2006.
This is a true live recording. There are no overdubs or studio treatments to make things better. Its just a natural good performance and a good recording thanks to Tom Sailor. Its for real.
Yesterday & Today Records
New South Wales

Steve Young – “Stories Round the Horseshoe Bend”

This is probably the album that all Steve Young fans have been waiting for; a solo Steve Young performance in which Steve does what he does best, sing and play and introduce each song in a manner that makes its appreciation reach a new level. I heard a rumour that “Seven Bridges Road” was about the bridges that took someone to Hank Williams’ grave but apart from saying that it was about Montgomery Alabama he doesn’t mention Hank…”the song is famous”, he tells us, “I’m not but the song is”…some of the great self deprecating snippets Steve presents us with. He declares his second most famous song to be “Lonesome On’ry and Mean”. It was a song about reforming. Something he didn’t really think Waylon realized. Throughout the intros he liberally makes mention of the likes of Townes Van Zandt. He does a great version of Peter Lafarge’s “Coyote. His “White Trash Song” is introduced as a true story about some cousins of his not to put them down but to lift them up. 27 tracks in total, well make that 15 songs and 12 introductions. Just like being there. He also does other covers such as a great bluesy version of John D Loudermilk’s “Tobacco Road”. Tell you if Steve came to Australia I’d be first in line for tickets. And I reckon there’d be a lot of folks behind me.

Ragtime Blue Guitar
Little Birdie
Coal Tattoo
The White Trash Song
Tobacco Road
Seven Bridges Road
Lonesome, On'ry & Mean
Ballad of William Sycamore
Peyote Chant
Useful Girl
One Woman Man
East Virginia
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