Steve Lawrence
Category: Gospel / R&B
Member in Good Standing
Management:    
     Mahogany Music
     66 Sirius Crescent
     Dartmouth, Nova Scotia
     Canada, B2W 4L5
  p: (902) 435-2263
f:  (902) 435-5067
e: steve@mahoganymusic.com

Awards:
  • Winner of the 2001 Best Live Performance from the African Nova Scotian Music Award Show
  • Nominated for 2002 Entertainer of the Year at the African Nova Scotian Music Award Show
  • Nominated for 2003 Best Gospel Award at the African Nova Scotian Music Award Show
This talented musician, born in New Brunswick, began singing with an all boys choir at the tender age of 6. After leaving New Brunswick to pursue a career in music, Steve continued singing and playing bass for numerous years with various bands throughout Canada and the United States.

Affiliated with SOCAN as a songwriter, Steve was an intricate part of the CD release of “All That”, from One Love Records, featuring Urban Renewal. He wrote and performed two songs on the CD as well as back-up vocals and bass tracks for the entire production.

His voice can be heard nation-wide on television and radio as the voice behind the new Atlantic Credit Union commercial, “I Feel Good”. Steve has played bass behind such Canadian artists such as Lee Aaron, Colin James, and K. D. Lang. As well, he has toured with various artists like Billy Preston, Al Green, The Drifters and the Manhattans.

Steve has performed, played and acted on various CBC productions. For instance, he was deeply involved in the production of the gospel play “God’s Trombones” which ran for a year with Adrian Clarkson and Global T.V. Steve also held the responsibility of Musical Coordinator for the “Gospel Festival”, where he also backed up such artists as Cicy Houston, Mavis Staples and Staples Singers and the Winans to name a few.

Steve has performed in a major acting/singing role for a made for T.V. movie entitled “One Heart Broken Into Song”, as well as providing vocals and playing guitar on the movie soundtrack. You can also fi nd Steve’s sultry voice on other CD’s such as Frank MacKay and Pam Marsh.

After defining his presence on the R & B world, Steve is going back to his roots and will be releasing a Gospel CD in the spring.

Recently, Steve filled the title of Musical Director for the 2001, 2002 and 2003 ANSMA Award Show, with his band, “Universal Language”.