Steve Dawson
Steve Dawson "The darkness and agitation that bubble just underneath Dawson's top-shelf melodies and easygoing voice is what has long distinguished his songwriting. The obvious touchstone is the early '70s, when rock cross-pollinated with country on the West Coast (Jackson Browne, Fleetwood Mac, Gram Parsons), Al Green was cutting his best work in Memphis, Tenn., and Van Morrison soaked up both sides of the aisle on albums that belted blue-eyed soul in the context of folk music and jazz." Mark Guarino, Chicago Daily Herald