1. The Arc Of A Diver Story
    April 18, 2019

    The Arc Of A Diver Story

    Head over to Steve's Facebook page in 30 minutes to watch a new mini-documentary on Arc Of A Diver, which reached #3 on this day in 1981.

  2. Concert Review: Steve + Steely Dan

    Concert Review: Steely Dan and Steve Winwood

    Patch Chord News

    Feb 20th 2019

    By Gavin Ross

    It’s not often that you see a support act receiving a standing ovation, let alone see a support act who, in their own right, is considered worthy of having received an Ivor Novello award for outstanding song collection and has played with such luminaries at Eric Clapton, The Spencer Davis Group and Traffic. But that’s what we saw and heard at the SEC Hydro in Glasgow as Steve Winwood supported Steely Dan.

    Taking to the stage with little in the way of fanfare, Winwood and his 4 fellow musicians, all casually dressed and avoiding any hint of the trappings of the ‘star’ lifestyle, waste no time in getting to the point of their set – to play the hits for us.

    Opening his set with The Spencer Davis Group’s ‘I’m a Man’ Winwood, sat behind his Hammond organ, seemed happy and excited to be in Glasgow for the opening night of the tour.

    By the time we reach the Blind faith track ‘Can’t Find My Way Home’ Winwood has swapped the keyboard for the guitar and is front and centre proving that he is just as adept as a guitarist and singer and the crowd are loving it.

    The lighting for this show is superb, as are the abilities of the musicians on stage with Winwood and this is noticed and appreciated by those of us in the crowd and we are clearly aware of the amazing set that is unfolding in front of us.

    Winwood takes a moment to address us as a crowd, commenting that, whilst the set running order might not be chronologically correct, it is his history.

    The hits keep coming as the set progresses and the crowd are on their feet for ‘Keep On Running’ which is followed by a slow keyboard build up to an absolutely blinding version of ‘Higher Love’.

    Throughout the set we are treated to beautiful music, great guitar, sax and keyboard interludes and solos and, as the set heads towards its close, we go full circle back to the Spencer Davis Group with ‘Gimmie Some Lovin’ to finish.

    The very second the set finishes we are on our feet for a long, and very well deserved, standing ovation. Winwood and his band leave the stage with what appears to be genuine astonishment at the reception received from the Glasgow crowd and we are aware we have just witnessed a masterclass of solid musical entertainment and musicianship.

    Full review:

  3. 5 New Shows Announced With Steely Dan in the UK and Ireland!

    Just announced: Steve will be performing at 5 Steely Dan shows this February in the UK!

    20 Feb 2019 Glasgow, U.K. The SSE Hydro

    21 Feb 2019 Manchester, U.K. Manchester Arena

    23 Feb 2019 Birmingham, U.K. Genting Arena

    25 Feb 2019 London, U.K. The SSE Arena, Wembley

    28 Feb 2019 Dublin, Ireland 3Arena

    Tickets go on sale September 7th at 10am local venue time:

  4. Steve To Perform At The Montreux Jazz Festival
    Just announced: Steve will be performing at the Montreux Jazz Festival on July 11th! Tickets go onsale Wednesday, 18 April at 12pm local venue time. Visit our events section for a full list of tour dates and ticketing links.