Steve has seen all the ups and downs of the music industry. From small pubs to Wembley, writing producing and singing with some of the best people in the business. Steve has a remarkable story and a natural connect with the people that made him the first winner of The X Factor.
Currently, Getting Over The X has had over 400 reviews on Amazon and has received great interest. The subject of music, fame, X Factor and what goes on behind the scenes is alway of interest.
Steve is available for personal appearances including Q&A sessions about his time on X-Factor and his career so far.
Quotes about Steve’s autobiography “Getting Over The X”
If you’re thinking of going on The X Factor you need two things. An application form and a copy of this book. The hardback version of this book has a spine. Unlike some of the people in it.’
Ian Hyland, The Mirror
‘It’s got the snappiest title of any autobiography out this year and Steve’s X Factor revelations are truly eye-opening. No fan of Steve’s or the shows should be without a copy!’
Matthew Wright, Channel 5’s The Wright Stuff
‘Highly recommend Getting Over The X! Brilliant read, couldn’t put it down! About time he got to have his say!’
– Joanna Page Actress, Star of the hit TV Show Gavin & Stacey
During the ceremony you may wish to have entrance and exit music performed on the saxophone, and you may wish to have a musical interlude during the signing of the register. Often couples like to choose music which has a special meaning to them for during the ceremony, so it is best to get in touch to discuss what music you would like played during the ceremony.
This is the most popular option for solo saxophone sets. He can play solo saxophone to set the perfect ambience for your guests as they arrive at your drinks reception. Understanding that his job is to compliment and not dominate the proceedings, typically he would start playing as guests arrive. Performances are usually 2 x 45 minute sets
Often the wedding breakfast is accompanied by a musical backdrop; he can set the perfect relaxed atmosphere with a host of classic or contemporary tunes. or for that extra touch of class and musicianship, he can incorporate a sax & guitar duo performance. This adds a great dimension and an even more varied repertoire.
With enough luck to participate in this relatively unknown world of live performance from its inception in the late 90’s, he now regularly plays in nightclubs for those who are looking to bring that extra live music element to their events. A wireless saxophone microphone and effects unit gives flexibility to the performances and enables him to play comfortably with any resident house DJ.