MP3 Stevie Debe - Special
Komplettes MP3 Album von Stevie Debe
Angegebene Spieldauer: 47:19
Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: Positive Music That Makes You Move Your Neck With A Strong Backbeat. That Funky Groove Dance Music.
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Born Steven Jackman in The Bronx, New York, Stevie Debe was an artist/songwriter waiting to happen. Influenced at an early age by many talented family members, initially by his cousin Allen Toussaint, a successful songwriter who attracted him to song writing and playing music as a potential career choice. Stevie began by playing clarinet in his junior high school band followed by the high school band. After his freshman year of high school, his music teacher unexpectedly passed away, which somewhat devastated Stevie to the point where he gave up the band. Still having an interest in music, he experimented with a variety of instruments on his own.
A couple of years later when Stevie was visiting another talented family member, his cousin Haywood Nelson, who starred in the hit television show "What’s Happening" as the character Dwayne, he picked up a bass guitar which had been left there by a neighbor. Stevie immediately realized that the bass was his instrument of choice, formed a band and played locally around the Bronx until he joined the Air Force. He then added keyboard to his artistry. It was in the Air Force where Stevie first started recording his original tunes. He recorded his first song on a 16-track multi track machine once owned by Jimi Hendrix and purchased from Electric Lady Land Studios.
Upon leaving the Air Force, Stevie took that song on the back of his motorcycle to New Orleans to play for his cousin Allen Toussaint, who was indeed impressed and offered to sign Stevie to a recording contract. Realizing that he was not yet ready for all that Allen had in mind, he declined the offer and went back to New York, where he obtained a job working for what was called New York Telephone Company as a communication technician in the Wall Street area.
Stevie continued to write and record new songs and began to integrate the use a computer for pre-production to achieve the sound he was hearing in his head, while also blending live musicians into the mix. Stevie began to build his catalog. As technological advances continued to improve, he realized he could produce a CD using top quality, 24 track analog studios and equipment that had previously been unavailable to him. After recording a variety of songs, he picked out some of his favorites and most commercial sounding songs. Once the music was 100% complete Stevie began to work on the CD booklet. Being an artist as well as musician he crafted a full color 16-page booklet that reflects his vision of his music as well containing the lyrics to his songs.
Currently, Stevie is in the process of forming a band, with the encouragement of his family, to play live the music so many are beginning to enjoy. Additionally, he has more songs recorded as well as innovative ideas for his next CD.