********THIS JUST IN!! RAHR CANCELED! MGMt. DOUBLE BOOKED!*********
Hill/Johnson Duo-Rahr Brewery, Ft. Worth, Wednesday, February 8th!!!
Cadillac and I are back at Rahr, 701 Galveston Ave., (817) 810-9266, on Wednesday, February 8th, from 5 until 7 PM. Come out for a truly good time, some nice brews, and some tunes you won't hear anywhere else locally. Rahr is always fun!
Hill/Johnson Duo-"Shuck Me" Seafood Restaurant, Southlake, Friday, February 10th!!
We return to the Southlake "Shuck Me," 585 Randol Mill Ave., (817) 748-2563, on Friday, February 10th, from 6:30 until 8:30 PM. "Shuck Me" has a good selection of great seafood, sides, and desserts, and we'll be playing you some vintage rock, blues, and country, so drop in!
Hill/Johnson Duo-"Shuck Me" Seafood Restaurant, Alliance Town Center, Ft. Worth, Saturday, February 11th!!!
The next night, Saturday, February 11th, the Duo will return to the "Shuck Me" in the Alliance Town Center, 9560 Feathergrass Lane in beautiful Fort Worth, Texas (817) 803-4300. This is probably our favorite "Shuck Me," and we are always happy to be able to come back. Good food, cold brew, friendly staff, and vintage rock, blues, and country. What more could one ask for for a nice evening out? Join us, won't you?
Don't forget.......I have some new original tunes at Soundcloud.com under "Steve Hill Trio." Check 'em out!
If you haven't already done so, Don't forget to check out "Talkin' that Mumbo Jumbo," my original song, in the music video produced by short film producer/photographer, George Wada and shown on Channel 13, station KERA Public Television's program "Frame of Mind." It's on Youtube at this link; https://www.youtube.com/watch?V=pe26dkHA9lg&t=163s Or just enter Steve hill Talkin' that Mumbo Jumbo.
Steve Hill (aka Steve Territo) has been playing music since he was eight years old. In 1965 he switched from playing the accordion (like many an Italian kid did in those days) to guitar and harmonica. in the early 1970's he came to the realization that the only style of music he was interested in performing in a band setting was blues, soul, and blues influenced rock and roll. Moving to the Dallas/Fort Worth area of Texas from his hometown of Chicago, Illinois, in 1974, Hill (now also singing), formed and played in a variety of bands. From 1982 until 1988 he headed The J.B. Strut Band which played around a seven state area as well as throughout Texas and released an album of several blues covers and seven original songs, four written by Hill and three by Hill in combination with other band members. "J.B. Strut," as the band was known locally, also opened shows for Johnny Winter, Omar and the Howlers, the Tailgators, Little Joe Blue, Big Twist and the Mellow Fellows, and others. After disbanding the group late in 1988 due to personnel changes and that old band nemesis, "artistic differences," Hill took a seven year sabbatical from playing live, preferring instead to concentrate on songwriting. By 1995, he once again started playing locally, first in a five piece band, then in The Steve Hill Trio. Today, Hill has been fortunate enough to be able to continue playing the music he wants to play with some of the best blues/rock players in the DFW area including Cadillac Johnson, Aram Doroff, Bobby Counts, Wayne Six, Dirk Cordes, Linda Waring, Michael J. Dohoney, Jas Stephens, Steve Springer, Ron Korner, Randy DeHart and others.
Soundcloud.com has 30 of my original songs that you can listen to. Search under, "Steve Hill Trio." They are available as downloads at Amazon.com.
ALSO......CD Baby, Reverbnation.com and Soundcloud all have some of my original tunes as well. Just search under "The Steve Hill Trio."
REMEMBER......It pays to call the venue of any shows advertised here ahead of time to confirm. Life comes at you fast indeed, and things change....ESPECIALLY when it come to the local music scene.
Go to www.reverbnation.com under "The Steve Hill Trio" to hear more of my original music, as well as to view several videos that I had an opportunity to be associated with and which were produced by short film producer/photographer George Wada.