Singer-songwriter, Steven Blane, returns with the release of his newest album, I Walk Alone, released April 16th, 2019. The album, self-composed, and self-produced is a true testament to Steven’s artistic capabilities. Blane was responsible for the entire project, from playing the instruments to mixing and mastering, this body of work was a one-man show. Says Blane, “It is is the truest realization of my artistry to date." I Walk Alone is an album comprised of 60’s Rock & Roll, Jazz Story Songs and is recommended if you like Elvis Presley, Roy Orbison, and Tom Waits.
Steven writes and performs in multiple genres (Americana, Pop, Jazz, Country). The Huffington Post writes “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." Steven is also a multi-instrumentalist playing guitar, piano, and ukulele.
Steven Blane has had 7 other official releases including his acclaimed album, Motel Blue, which featured Nashville recording artist Rachel Horter on vocals and Ross Holmes on Fiddle. His August 2018 album, So New York, received much praised and featured drums by Frank-Frankie “Sticks” Levatino (played amongst John Tropea, Will Lee, Harold Ashby, Kenny Daverne and more), bass by Kevin Hailey (recipient of Hot House Magazine’s Jazz Fan’s Decision award for Best Bass), and piano by Jack Glottman (performed with Grupo Cachimba). Broadway World gushed over Blane’s music saying, “Steven Blane's voice is deliciously deluxe, full of lush tones."