Steve Boyce Band

Steve Boyce Band

BandRockClassic Rock

Highly charged but melodic rock featuring harmony vocals and harmony lead guitars.

Biography

Formed originally in 1977, the band evolved through sheer hard work and persistance from the dumps and dives to the record companies. Signed to WEA Records in 1980. Personal and music problems dogged the band and they split in 1980. In 2006 the original drummer died of cancer and the remaining members decided to reunite to play a benefit gig for the hospice. It was a major success. One year later, we opened for Eric Clapton at Hard Rock Calling in Hyde Park. Since then the band has played on the same bill as Fish, Ian Hunter, The Quireboys and Dan Reed.

Discography

One single "Poor child" / "You are a transmitter, I am a receiver" Can be heard at our website. Also available on i-tunes.

Set List

Our set is around 45-60 minutes all original songs except one cover, "To love somebody" by The Bee Gees!
Originals:
No entry
Poor child
Hands of time
Indifference
The artist
Should you ever change your mind
Transmitter
Scared
Lady killer