Brentwood: currently 9°C, scattered clouds
high today 10°C, low tonight 4°C
sunrise 5.57am, sunset 7.57pm
Now playing:
Beyonc - Blackbiird
Listen Live Webcam


Incredible Live Performance from the talented STEO WALL

Michelle Ward was joined in the studio by an incredible talent, STEO WALL. Here Steo chats about his life and music.

INTERVIEW & LIVE PERFORMANCES 

 

CATCH HIM LIVE 

Friday 21st February you can catch Steo live at The United Brethren, New Writtle Street, Chelmsford, Essex. CM2 0LF

 

SOCIAL MEDIA 

Steo’s album, WHERE I’M FROM is out now.

Home

https://www.facebook.com/stewallmusic/

 

ABOUT STEO

“No lies or gimmicks, no ulterior motives, he’s the real article, this is Irish soul music, Damien Dempsey.”

Mixing traditional Irish folk with some contemporary Irish rap, Steo brings the listener on a journey from the badlands of Dublin working class housing estates to the beauty of the west coast of Ireland. Steo paints a picture of rebellious loved friends and adored family members, the album being an homage to those gone before him. It’s these family members which give us an understanding of the depth of Steos musical influences. ‘Sarah Doran’ an ode to Steo’s traveller grandmother is the third track on the album and Davey Spillanes whistle is a beautifully fitting tribute.

“Streetwise and sentimental, Steo’s gritty Dublin rap and folksy heart-on-sleeve love songs are definitely en vogue and the input of Luka Bloom and Damien Dempsey adds a professional polish to an uncut diamond.” Eamon Carr, Horslips.

Growing up in Dublin gave Steo a grounding in rap, ‘Though I was more Toothpick then Tupac’ jokes Steo but it also saw him lose friends and family members to prison and drugs. Steo left Dublin for Co. Clare in 2012 and started working as a fish smoker in Lisdoonvarna. He quickly began to immerse himself in the vibrant local music scene of North and West Clare which is where Steo’s songs caught the interest of Damien Dempsey and Luka Bloom. Luka agreed to teach Steo the art of recording in a studio and produced on ‘Where I’m From’; which was recorded by Martin O Malley in Malbay Studios in Miltown Malbay in West Clare.

 

 

Steo Wall “What’s Wrong With The World Ma” Live on Phoenix FM

Gepostet von Martin Jeffries am Freitag, 21. Februar 2020

Subscribe to our newsletter!
One a month, no spam, honest

Now on air
Coming up
More from Eat My Brunch
More from
More from Phoenix FM


Incredible Live Performance from the talented STEO WALL

Michelle Ward was joined in the studio by an incredible talent, STEO WALL. Here Steo chats about his life and music.

INTERVIEW & LIVE PERFORMANCES 

 

CATCH HIM LIVE 

Friday 21st February you can catch Steo live at The United Brethren, New Writtle Street, Chelmsford, Essex. CM2 0LF

 

SOCIAL MEDIA 

Steo’s album, WHERE I’M FROM is out now.

Home

https://www.facebook.com/stewallmusic/

 

ABOUT STEO

“No lies or gimmicks, no ulterior motives, he’s the real article, this is Irish soul music, Damien Dempsey.”

Mixing traditional Irish folk with some contemporary Irish rap, Steo brings the listener on a journey from the badlands of Dublin working class housing estates to the beauty of the west coast of Ireland. Steo paints a picture of rebellious loved friends and adored family members, the album being an homage to those gone before him. It’s these family members which give us an understanding of the depth of Steos musical influences. ‘Sarah Doran’ an ode to Steo’s traveller grandmother is the third track on the album and Davey Spillanes whistle is a beautifully fitting tribute.

“Streetwise and sentimental, Steo’s gritty Dublin rap and folksy heart-on-sleeve love songs are definitely en vogue and the input of Luka Bloom and Damien Dempsey adds a professional polish to an uncut diamond.” Eamon Carr, Horslips.

Growing up in Dublin gave Steo a grounding in rap, ‘Though I was more Toothpick then Tupac’ jokes Steo but it also saw him lose friends and family members to prison and drugs. Steo left Dublin for Co. Clare in 2012 and started working as a fish smoker in Lisdoonvarna. He quickly began to immerse himself in the vibrant local music scene of North and West Clare which is where Steo’s songs caught the interest of Damien Dempsey and Luka Bloom. Luka agreed to teach Steo the art of recording in a studio and produced on ‘Where I’m From’; which was recorded by Martin O Malley in Malbay Studios in Miltown Malbay in West Clare.

 

 

Steo Wall “What’s Wrong With The World Ma” Live on Phoenix FM

Gepostet von Martin Jeffries am Freitag, 21. Februar 2020

Subscribe to our newsletter!
One a month, no spam, honest

Now on air
Coming up
More from Eat My Brunch
More from
More from Phoenix FM


Incredible Live Performance from the talented STEO WALL

Michelle Ward was joined in the studio by an incredible talent, STEO WALL. Here Steo chats about his life and music.

INTERVIEW & LIVE PERFORMANCES 

 

CATCH HIM LIVE 

Friday 21st February you can catch Steo live at The United Brethren, New Writtle Street, Chelmsford, Essex. CM2 0LF

 

SOCIAL MEDIA 

Steo’s album, WHERE I’M FROM is out now.

Home

https://www.facebook.com/stewallmusic/

 

ABOUT STEO

“No lies or gimmicks, no ulterior motives, he’s the real article, this is Irish soul music, Damien Dempsey.”

Mixing traditional Irish folk with some contemporary Irish rap, Steo brings the listener on a journey from the badlands of Dublin working class housing estates to the beauty of the west coast of Ireland. Steo paints a picture of rebellious loved friends and adored family members, the album being an homage to those gone before him. It’s these family members which give us an understanding of the depth of Steos musical influences. ‘Sarah Doran’ an ode to Steo’s traveller grandmother is the third track on the album and Davey Spillanes whistle is a beautifully fitting tribute.

“Streetwise and sentimental, Steo’s gritty Dublin rap and folksy heart-on-sleeve love songs are definitely en vogue and the input of Luka Bloom and Damien Dempsey adds a professional polish to an uncut diamond.” Eamon Carr, Horslips.

Growing up in Dublin gave Steo a grounding in rap, ‘Though I was more Toothpick then Tupac’ jokes Steo but it also saw him lose friends and family members to prison and drugs. Steo left Dublin for Co. Clare in 2012 and started working as a fish smoker in Lisdoonvarna. He quickly began to immerse himself in the vibrant local music scene of North and West Clare which is where Steo’s songs caught the interest of Damien Dempsey and Luka Bloom. Luka agreed to teach Steo the art of recording in a studio and produced on ‘Where I’m From’; which was recorded by Martin O Malley in Malbay Studios in Miltown Malbay in West Clare.

 

 

Steo Wall “What’s Wrong With The World Ma” Live on Phoenix FM

Gepostet von Martin Jeffries am Freitag, 21. Februar 2020

Subscribe to our newsletter!
One a month, no spam, honest

Now on air
Coming up
More from Eat My Brunch
More from
More from Phoenix FM


Incredible Live Performance from the talented STEO WALL

Michelle Ward was joined in the studio by an incredible talent, STEO WALL. Here Steo chats about his life and music.

INTERVIEW & LIVE PERFORMANCES 

 

CATCH HIM LIVE 

Friday 21st February you can catch Steo live at The United Brethren, New Writtle Street, Chelmsford, Essex. CM2 0LF

 

SOCIAL MEDIA 

Steo’s album, WHERE I’M FROM is out now.

Home

https://www.facebook.com/stewallmusic/

 

ABOUT STEO

“No lies or gimmicks, no ulterior motives, he’s the real article, this is Irish soul music, Damien Dempsey.”

Mixing traditional Irish folk with some contemporary Irish rap, Steo brings the listener on a journey from the badlands of Dublin working class housing estates to the beauty of the west coast of Ireland. Steo paints a picture of rebellious loved friends and adored family members, the album being an homage to those gone before him. It’s these family members which give us an understanding of the depth of Steos musical influences. ‘Sarah Doran’ an ode to Steo’s traveller grandmother is the third track on the album and Davey Spillanes whistle is a beautifully fitting tribute.

“Streetwise and sentimental, Steo’s gritty Dublin rap and folksy heart-on-sleeve love songs are definitely en vogue and the input of Luka Bloom and Damien Dempsey adds a professional polish to an uncut diamond.” Eamon Carr, Horslips.

Growing up in Dublin gave Steo a grounding in rap, ‘Though I was more Toothpick then Tupac’ jokes Steo but it also saw him lose friends and family members to prison and drugs. Steo left Dublin for Co. Clare in 2012 and started working as a fish smoker in Lisdoonvarna. He quickly began to immerse himself in the vibrant local music scene of North and West Clare which is where Steo’s songs caught the interest of Damien Dempsey and Luka Bloom. Luka agreed to teach Steo the art of recording in a studio and produced on ‘Where I’m From’; which was recorded by Martin O Malley in Malbay Studios in Miltown Malbay in West Clare.

 

 

Steo Wall “What’s Wrong With The World Ma” Live on Phoenix FM

Gepostet von Martin Jeffries am Freitag, 21. Februar 2020

Subscribe to our newsletter!
One a month, no spam, honest

Now on air
Coming up
More from Eat My Brunch
More from
More from Phoenix FM