July 15, 2018

Steven’s day in Dresden


Yesterday myself and the band had a magical day in the beautiful city of Dresden, where we were playing an open air show at the Junge Garde in the park. In the afternoon I went for a ride on the Dresdner Parkeisbahn, a small railway that...

May 31, 2018

To The Bone Americas Tour Roundup


I’m happy to be back home for a few weeks following our long trip through North and South America. I want to thank all the wonderful people that came along to these concerts, you helped to make every show special. I can’t remember having...

May 4, 2018

Record store signings in Denver and Seattle


I’ll be dropping by Twist & Shout Records in Denver tomorrow (5th May) and Silver Platters in Seattle next week (8th May) to sign copies of my new album To The Bone so please come along if you would like to say hello. See...

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As a child, Steven was forced to learn the guitar and piano, but he did not enjoy it; his parents eventually stopped paying for lessons. However, at the age of 11 Wilson rescued a nylon string classical guitar from his attic and started to experiment with it; or in his own words, "scraping microphones across the strings, feeding the resulting sound into overloaded reel to reel tape recorders and producing a primitive form of multi-track recording by bouncing between two cassette machines".