“I have always loved blues music and consider all the old blues men & women to have been my teachers. But, more importantly they have been my inspiration and I remind myself they were at the cutting edge of music, ahead of their time, looking for something new, and creating the music of their age. Wow! What's a poor white boy from London meant to do?”                Steve Morrison

Steve has played guitar all his life. The exploration of guitar music from such an early age has created a musician whose performances appear effortless and natural. He is a master of open-chord tunings and he has a bottleneck technique that is fluid, sweet and original. While blues music has constantly inspired this musician his technique and writing style place him as an original. He openly confesses that as a poor copyist he quickly gave up looking just  to other guitarists for inspiration. Instead he lookied to many other instruments and used their influence to create his own sound.

Steve and his father


Gloucseter Blues Festival

Jinney Ring Blues Festival

Maryport Blues Festival

Upton Blues Festival

Orkney Blues Festival

Brownstock Blues Festival

Tooting Blues Festival

Banbury Blues Festival

Battersea Park Festival

Ealing Blues Festival

Aberjazz Festival

Herne Hill Blues Festiva

Cambridge Blues & Rock Festival

Fieldview Festival

Crawley Blues Festival

Sevenoaks Blues Festival

Rotherhithe Blues Festival

Ealing Blues Festival

Blues At The Barns Festival

His thumb is the powerhouse behind the rhythm that drives his music. His ability to hold the bass-line and chords, while adding melody lines that sing, make his guitar playing complete. His songs are socially astute and heartfelt and delivered by a warm rich voice all his own. With songs of humour sadness and protest this is one blues musician not stuck down at the crossroads.