Freund has a slick, clear, masterful guitar manner that combines the sweet soulfulness of Robert Cray with the bite of Albert Collins or Johnny Copeland. His originals are derivative but likable genre pieces, and his homages ("Love Me Or Leave Me," "Hard Headed Woman," and the swingin' "Blue Monk") are astutely chosen and well played.
Steve Freund Although he's played all around the . including stops in New York, Chicago, et., blues guitarist Steve Freund is best-known in the San Francisco Bay Area. Born on July 20, 1952, in Brooklyn, NY, his mother (who played classical piano) initially inspired Freund, but it was around the age of 16 when he first picked up the guitar
Steve Freund (born July 20, 1952, Brooklyn, New York City, New York, United States), is an American blues guitarist, singer, bandleader and record producer. Freund has toured throughout the United States (including stops in New York and Chicago). He is based in the San Francisco Bay Area, where he is best known. Freund came from a musical background; his mother played classical piano. He moved to Chicago in 1976. Freund appeared as a guest performer, along with Rusty Zinn, on .
Romance Without Finance by Theo Katzman, released 15 November 2011 1. Every Few Days 2. Called To Tell You 3. Hard For You 4. White Picket Castle 5. You Could Never Know 6. Growing, Growing, Gone 7. Brooklyn 8. Country Backroads 9. I Feel Love (All The Time). Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.
Lady Gaga Bad Romance. Post Malone Better Now.