Steven's newest album, is entitled "So New York," and it is a collection of original songs about NYC- the city he loves so much!

Here's a recent review from BroadwayWorld.com "Singer-Songwriter, Steven Blane, returns with the release of his new album, So New York, switching his usual Americana style for a jazzy sound. The album is a collection of ten original love songs to New York City, including his single "Central Park". Steven has never shied away from exploring genres. In the past, he delved deeply into Americana with the release of The Shed Sessions and Motel Blue. But this time he ventures back into jazz like he did in his first album, Kill Me Nice. Steven's style flourishes on this record with the combination of jazzy pop and 1950's rock. Together they give his sound a unique signature. Seattle PI praised the album and Steven's artistry proclaiming , "So New York is grand! The album is full of vintage jazz/pop aromas giving off tantalizing wisps of elusive familiarity similar to the heady music of the '40s and '50s. Steven Blane's voice is deliciously deluxe, full of lush tones."

 

Motel Blue is Steven Blane’s fifth album. Written and produced by Blane and recorded in Nashville,  the album contains ten of his original songs and features vocals extraordinaire by Rachel Horter and fiddle flights of fancy by Ross Holmes. Steven is also a Rabbi and Cantor and lives in NYC.

Motel Blue is Steven Blane’s fifth album. Written and produced by Blane and recorded in Nashville,  the album contains ten of his original songs and features vocals extraordinaire by Rachel Horter and fiddle flights of fancy by Ross Holmes. Steven is also a Rabbi and Cantor and lives in NYC.

Rachel Horter is a singer-songwriter who lives in Nashville, TN. She has garnered over two million YouTube views and tens of thousands of subscribers. She recently performed in Germany at the “Music Is My Life” 2018 music festival.

Frank-Frankie “Sticks” Levatino has been playing drums since he was twelve years old. He has played with many musical luminaries including John Tropea, Will Lee, Harold Ashby, Kenny Daverne, Warren Vache, Benny Powell, Richard Wyans and the list goes on and on.

Kevin Hailey hales from Canberra, Australia where he played with many of the Jazz luminaries on the scene. He and his Jazz Singer wife, Jane Irving live in Brooklyn, New York. In 2015, Kevin was the recipient of Hot House Magazine’s Jazz Fan’s Decision award for Best Bass.

Ross Holmes’ remarkable career has taken him to more than 40 countries and prestige destinations including the Silk Road in China, Carnegie Hall and the massive Glastonbury festival. He has lent his formidable talents to country stars, pop icons and bluegrass standouts and has toured globally with Mumford and Sons.

THE SHED SESSIONS (PREVIEWS)

by Steven Blane

The Shed Sessions was recorded in a shed in Lake Worth, Florida.

Stylistically, Blane fits in the Americana category. But there’s more going on in his music than simply Americana. There’s a pop influence in there, along with a 1950’s rock vibe that gives his sound a unique signature. It’s much different from the usual run-of-the-mill stuff most bands turn out today.

 
 

 

I CONFESS (PREVIEWS)

by Steven Blane

"I Confess" was recorded in Nashville and produced by Billy Smiley

 

 

THE BEST OF STEVEN BLANE (SO FAR)

by Steven Blane

This a a compilation of songs from Steven's first two CD's as well as new compositions.