Steve Hill plays one-man band with his trilogy

Steve Hill remains still a true beast of scene.

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Steve Hill gave thousands of performances in his 25-year career. In his latest musical project, he combines blues and rock with a strong voice and a multitude of instruments.

From 2012 to 2016, Steve Hill has launched three albums with the name Solo Recordings, where he is amused to play the man-orchestra. It is this project in a trilogy that he will present soon in the Beauce region.

“The majority of the tunes are new compositions, but I take also of the classics. Even if people see me more as a rocker, it is in the blues that I started 18 years ago. In this tour, I mix the two styles,” explains Steve Hill.

He has already done the first part of prestigious artists, such as Ray Charles, B. B. King, Johnny Lang, ZZ Top, The Tragically Hip, Metallica, and Alice Cooper. This has helped Steve Hill in his conquest of new admirers to the international.

“I gave several shows in Germany and I returned soon to England. Last February, my 25-year career, I played a concerto for electric guitar with Kent Nagano and the Montreal symphony Orchestra,” says Steve Hill.

Authentic stage beast, it tells the story of his life in his songs, particularly in this trilogy.

“This is a directory of autobiographical where I am transparent. Alone on stage, I sang and played all the instruments. In my show, it moves mass,” confirms it.

Steve Hill climbs on stage on Saturday the 24th of march at 20h at the Cabaret Lovers in Saint-Georges. Tickets are $ 35 at the ticket office of the Lovers of the Stage (11740, 3rd Avenue), by phone at 418 228-2455 or Internet on the site of the Lovers of the Stage.