AUDIO
PHOTOS
VIDEO



AUDIO

The following audio clips demonstrate Steve Parton's versatility as a guitarist, vocalist, composer, arranger and producer.

Answer The Silence” (Parton/Beach), performed by The Steve Parton Band
Steve played guitar, sang lead vocals, wrote the music and arranged the strings

Tell the Tale” (Parton), performed by The Steve Parton Band
Steve played guitar, sang lead vocals, wrote the music, arranged the strings and engineered/produced the recording

The Man and his Hands” (Parton/Beach), performed by The Bremen Town Musicians
Steve played guitar, sang harmony vocals, co-wrote the music and engineered/produced the recording

Waiting to Find” (Parton), performed by Steve Parton and The Bremen Town Musicians, with The Vancouver Island Symphony
Steve played guitar, sang lead vocals, wrote the music/lyrics and orchestral arrangements

Overture” (Parton), performed by Steve Parton and The Bremen Town Musicians, with The Vancouver Island Symphony
Steve played guitar, wrote the music and orchestral arrangements

Largo, from Lute Concerto in D” (Vivaldi), performed by the Avalon String Trio
Steve played guitar and arranged the strings

"String Quartet No. 1, 2nd Movement" (Parton), written and recorded by Steve

"Guitar Quartet in D, 4th Movement" (Telemann), performed by Steve and Chris Parton

"Canon in D" (Pachelbel), performed by Steve and Chris Parton

Turn on the Light and Love of Jesus” (Cowles), performed by Sweet Refrain
Steve played lead guitar, arranged the music and engineered/produced the recording

God Is” (Cowles), performed by Sweet Refrain
Steve played lead guitar, arranged the music and engineered/produced the recording

Everybody’s Different” (Parton/Johnston) performed by Bailey Duff and Kaliegh Gorka.
Lynn Johnston wrote the lyrics, Steve wrote the music, played guitar and produced the recording. The song (the complete version of which can be downloaded here) accompanied a For Better or For Worse comic strip. The vocalists, Bailey and Kaliegh, are singing the parts of April Patterson and her friend Eva.

The Downfall of Common Sense” (Dalman), performed by Quarter Session
Steve produced the recording

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PHOTOS

Hi-res versions of these photos are available for multimedia purposes. See the Contact page

Abbey Road
Let it Be
Steve's custom Canadian Stratocaster
In rehearsal with the Vancouver Island Symphony
The Who's Tommy
The Who's Tommy (rehearsal)
Abbey Road
Steve and his Daughter
Vocals in the Studio
Classical Guitar Concerto
Fireworks Show 2010
It's Your Festival, Hamilton



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VIDEO

Here are some video links to The Relics' performance at Hamilton's Gage Park:

Love the One You're With: www.youtube.com/watch?v=ccTV_ikkyPE
Down by the River: www.youtube.com/watch?v=xpaye5XY6zQ
Teach Your Children: www.youtube.com/watch?v=MmYY5Zh5GyM

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