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     Steve Jones & John Fisher
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Steve Jones and John Fisher     


The Howling Coyote

Steve Jones is a singer-songwriter. Recently, several fellow performers dubbed him the “Cowboy Irish Tenor”. Before joining John Fisher to form the Yampa Valley Boys, Steve performed a variety of folk and western music, including many John Denver songs. In 2001, he was one of the top performers at the John Denver Memorial Celebration in Salida, Colorado. Steve worked with The Prickly Pair from Dubois, Wyoming during the summers of 2000, 2002 and 2003, playing guitar and bunkhouse bass.

Steve Jones has a new solo CD, That Irish Kid. The general theme is about emigration from Ireland because of the potato famine to a new home in the American west and some things that may have happened. It includes three of Steve's original songs.

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That Irish Kid
Steve Jones at the Arvada Center Cowboy Poetry Gathering, Jan. 2010 More recently, Steve has developed an Irish theme in many of the songs that he writes and performs, sometimes as a solo act. These songs are arranged to fit the western theme, too. This Irish/western theme was developed in his new solo CD, “That Irish Kid”. He has also had the pleasure of performing several “tribute” concerts featuring the songs of John Denver. His song “Word Weaver”, made the top ten list for the Academy of Western Artists Western Ratings Chart in early 2007. Steve has also released four self-produced, solo CD albums, “From This Valley” (2000), “Sweet Memories and Tears” (2001) “Comin' Home” (2002), and Steamboatin' (2008), featuring many other originals.
photo by Bill Patterson



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