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Stringman

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Stringman's Rock, Blues and Blues Show
STRINGMAN (Don Stephens) has been playing electric and acoustic guitar, keyboards, bass pedals and harmonica professionally for over 40 years. He began his music career playing coffee houses and clubs in the mid-'70s. His sound is heavily influenced by the rock bands and folk artists of that time including Neil Young, Bob Dylan, Tom Waits, and others. Don is a prolific song writer with 15 albums to date, available on all online streaming services under artist names “Stringman Delivery” and “Don Stephens Stringman Delivery”. His music is heard worldwide to positive reviews.

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