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Live on Location - Streamin' Steve's at Steve's Guitars

  • Contributions$7,941
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Amount raised: $7,941

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So far we have seen some very generous donations that will help pay for all this high quality video equipment. Many thanks to all our sponsors. Meanwhile, live streaming of our shows seems to be the best way to keep the live music happening for all of us. We are still several thousand dollars short of our total long term goal with making the streaming happen in full force for 2020 and beyond.  We welcome any support you can give.


During this crisis with the virus isolating all of us and preventing any public shows, we feel it’s very important to continue making live music happen in the room and providing a way for everyone to watch it at home for free.  We are all stuck in an unprecedented situation that calls for creative solutions to keep bringing the music to you.  “Streamin’ Steve’s” is our best solution at this time.


Many thanks to GrassRootsTV; the oldest public TV station in the states. They are a long term, local non profit and they are the driving force for our live streaming goal.  We could not do this without them and we send out many thanks to John Masters and Jeremy Isenhart; along with Ralph Pitt and Bradman Manosevetz.   We have a strong team that is making the streaming a reality.  Please support this project and other worthy community efforts that the station is working on when you can.


See you at the shows!  If only on your screens.  Still not as good as live, in person, live music but way better than none. And some other silver linings are that we have had the time to improve the stage; installed our first digital lighting system; completed a rare inventory update; organized the repair room; and installed the HD cameras and video station upstairs.  The little old shop of music has never looked and felt so good in our 27 year history.  Loving that part of this crazy time.  I hope you are finding just as many silver linings in your temporary “new life”.