"Please be sure and sign up for our next 2 giveaways...Lakland Decade bass with case on January 10, 2010...and a Spector Euro bolt on on january 31, 2010...this is free to you our readers...just become a registered user at www.bassfrontiersmag.com"
"Hey there Emily, thanks for being a friend. I saw where you had attended one of the Indie Connect meetings, Vinny and Connie do a great job with that, don't they? I am about 4 hours from Nashville, I do my best to come over once a month and…"
"I hope things go well for you, this weekend. I think about you and your dad often.
Incredibly enough, David, I still have not had the surgery...just more tests and more money. I have come to one conclusion, my doctors think I am made of gold. I am…"
Musical beginnings from the everglades of Florida to the red clay of south Georgia, passing through Atlanta and on into the Great Smoky Mountains, making a side trip through the Carolinas to Virginia and Kentucky and resting in Nashville. The smell of honey suckle, a sip of a mint julep, the beauty of one red rose and the sound of fiddle and steel. That's right, you've got it...the music of PJ Steelman.
PJ has always loved all kinds of music, from country to big band to R&B to gospel, and it all comes across so well in his great Americana recordings. His music encompasses all of these influences.
PJ's next CD, Travelin' Music, is recorded and is currently being mixed and mastered. It is slated for a summer release.
There have been so many musical influences in PJ's career, including Merle Haggard, Frank Sinatra, Dick Curless, Bill Anderson, Johnny Cash, Mel Torme, Peggy Lee, and Benny Goodman. PJ has worked for over 20 years at stations in the eastern part of the U.S. He is playing music all of the time and if you catch him live, he is currently playing a Dean T-77 or a Yamaha FG-200, through a tubefex processor, and a Nashville 400 amp. He also uses a 77 tele deluxe...catch them in concert when you can.
Please be sure and sign up for our next 2 giveaways...Lakland Decade bass with case on January 10, 2010...and a Spector Euro bolt on on january 31, 2010...this is free to you our readers...just become a registered user at www.bassfrontiersmag.com
Welcome to Nashville Music Pros. How was the opperation? You must have come through OK. Hope all is well. Glad to have you on this side of the dirt.
Going up to see dad Friday be back late Monday. So I'll be out of pocket as far as e-mail after Friday.