Steve James Tour Dates

Steve James is described as an underground legend in his home state of Texas. He is widely recognised as Austin's prime exponent of acoustic roots and blues music. He is a Blues musician, one of the best bottleneck slide players and a storyteller supreme. His playing and encyclopedic knowledge of the Blues has earned him a vast reputation in the world of contemporary acoustic and roots music.

Now based in Seattle, Steve was born in New York City in July 1950 and started teaching himself guitar at the age of 12. In the 70's he moved to Tennessee where he was influenced by Sam McGee, hosted a radio show on WEVL FM and accompanied Furry Lewis and Lum Guffin.

He then moved to Texas where he formed an electric combo with sax player Clifford Scott and drummer Bobby Irwin (Van Morrison). For the last 25 years he has been playing solo acoustic touring all over Europe, North and South America and Australia.

Official website stevejames.com

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Past Events

Here are the most recent UK tour dates we had listed for Steve James. Were you there?

  • Steve James
    London, Green Note
  • Steve James
    Exeter, The Bridge Inn
  • Steve James
    Plymouth, The B-Bar @ The Barbican
  • Steve James
    London, Green Note
  • 67 67, Abattoir Blues, Adam Naas, Aine Cahill, Ainslie Wills…
    Brighton, Various Venues
  • Steve James Reece Hillis
    Hawick, Heart Of Hawick
  • Steve James The Hokum Hotshots
    Newcastle upon Tyne, Live Theatre
  • Steve James
    Plymouth, The B-Bar @ The Barbican
  • Acoustic Blues Weekend: House Party Steve James, Michael Messer, Ed Genis
    Pocklington, Pocklington Arts Centre
  • Steve James
    Hawick, Heart Of Hawick