Broken Bones Rejoice
'Steve's music.....gives it to you raw and real, talking about things like desperation and the majestic nature of God.' Worship Leader Magazine, Sept 05 'If you think the phrase 'dirty guitar' means getting a finger print mark on your nice clean Taylor acoustic during the Contemporary Worship service then beware; this is worship music played from the hip on a Les Paul with the guitar strap worn at it's longest setting!' Andy Piercy, producer (Delirious, Matt Redman, Rita Springer) London Oct 2005 'a studio worship album packed with vibe and free from musical cliché ........ with a raspy soulful passion.' Cross Rhythms, Mike Rimmer Sept 05 '...if you need to take a hammer to the candied musical stasis you find in the local Bible bookstore, grab a copy of Broken Bones and swing away.' Worship Leader Magazine, Sept 05 Bio: Singer, songwriter, guitarist, worship leader, was born and raised in London, England. His songs are ignited with gritty guitar and inspired lyrics, the mix of rock, country and gospel create a musical landscape that takes the listener on a journey, ultimately leading them into an intimate place of worship and celebration in an unpretentious and fresh way. His latest CD 'Broken Bones Rejoice", features a duet with the incredible Kate Miner and is produced by Tom Lillo (Lifehouse, Kate Miner). Steve B.C. was no stranger to the music scene, his band Miles Over Matter (WEA records UK) was described by New Musical Express (NME) editor Steve Sutherland as "the most exciting live band since the Sex Pistols". He also toured extensively as a 'gun for hire", playing guitar and bass to enthusiastic audiences across all of Europe. Counsel came to the United States in 1989 with The London Cowboys (MCA records), where he has since lived. He fronted LA's infamous retro garage band The Homewreckers, which featured Craig Ross (Lenny Kravitz Band) and Marc Ford (The Black Crowes) and Eddy Munoz (Plimsouls). The Homewreckers critically acclaimed CD 'Out Of The Shadow's," produced by Kim Simmonds of Savoy Brown, was released on New York indie Viceroy Records. Steve's list of credits also include LA Guns' 3rd album as well as recording and touring with UK top ten rock act the The Quireboys. He worked with Shane McGowen of the Pogues on British TV and is featured on various movie and TV sound tracks.