PJ Steelman

PJ Steelman

 Harrison, Tennessee, USA
SoloAmericanaAdult Contemporary

Americana, with some country leanings. He likes the hard driving rhythms, but he loves the slow dancin' tunes, as well. Our newest CD, American Bohemian is being recorded now and we hope to have it available this summer (2016). Book us at 276-591-6000.

Biography


The PJ Steelman sound is kind of like Frank Sinatra meets Janis Joplin... they were introduced to each other by Willie Nelson....at a Mickey Newberry concert. 

We are currently affiliated with Fat Walter Music, Sound Determination Music, Hound Sound Productions, Mel-Daisy Music and he records with Blue Cypress Records.


He has had performances at festivals, fairs and clubs all over the southeast including the State Fair in Hamilton County Tennessee, the Outlaw Fest in Bowling Green, KY, Smokey Mountain Writers Fest in Gatlinburg, TN,  Bristol's Rhythm and Roots, the St Patrick's Day Festival in Savannah, GA, the Festival By The Creek in Ivanhoe, VA, the Jamboree By The Lake in Winchester, Nashville Songwriters Festival, The Old Mill Resort and Convention Center in Damascus, VA,and the Roan Mt Convention Center in Roan Mountain, NC...plus a million other wonderful clubs too numerous too mention(but we would if we had the space).



He does a lot of benefit work, too, working with the Children's Miracle Network, The Red Cross and St Jude's. They are always trying to lend a hand where ever they can.

To contact PJ call 1-276-591-6000 or e-mail us at pjsteelman@yahoo.com.

Discography

American Bohemian (available in the summer of 2016)

When The Evening Falls

This Point In Time

Travelin' Music

It's All Coming Home

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Discography

Coming in the summer of 2016- American Bohemian

When The Evening Falls

This Point In Time
Travelin' Music
It's All Coming Home
Let The Games Begin
I Hate To See Me Go
Midnite Moonlight

Set List

PJ Steelman is ready to do a full evening of music, generally working in 3 or 4 sets at 45 minutes each.

Some favorites from their four previous albums and their brand new one:

Birmingham

The Clouds Keep On Crying

Another Day In Denver

Fall Into You

Over  The Line

The Last Bartender

Why Don't you Touch Me

Biscuits In Birmingham

Sunset Drive
Would It Kill You
Baby You Do
Sometime After Me
The First To Fall
For You To Come Around
No Southern Comfort In This Town
Used Cowboy
Goodside Of Goodbye
Ain't Nothing Good About Lonesome
As Good As Bad Can Be
I Just Can't face The Truth
Jenny's Down In Georgia