THE STEVEE BAND
The Stevee Band is British guitarist and vocalist Steve Elliott’s (STEVEE) quartet. The band plays original STEVEE songs (Jazz, Blues, Indie Rock), and their own arrangements of rock and pop classics from the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, the Kinks, Sting, Chuck Berry, Pink Floyd, etc., as well as traditional Blues (Willie Dixon, Sonny Boy Williamson, etc.). This new outfit has performed in Moscow at Scenario Café, Event Regatta 2019, at private parties and corporate events.
Stevee (Steve Elliott) – vocals, guitar
Pavel Mikaelyan – keyboards
Vladimir Tyrone – saxophone, wind instruments
Evgeny Kuznetsov (Gigantic) – drums, backing vocals
(International band – British, Armenian, Ukrainian and Russian:))
About the musicians
The band’s leader is Steve Elliott (STEVEE), a British poet and musician who has been living in Russia for the last 11 years. He has written music since his formative years and has collaborated with notable British musicians. His songs have been published and released by EMI Records. In the 90s, in collaboration with the great English songwriter Anton Mullan he wrote songs for children, which were translated into French, Spanish, Swedish, German and Dutch. In Moscow and St. Petersburg he performs in the duet Lisovets Elliott with an original musical and poetic program called Love.7Sense (co-authored with Marina Lisovets).
Pavel is a talented young Armenian pianist, composer, and student at the Tchaikovsky Moscow Conservatory. In 2013, he won first prize at Revival Festival, an international competition for young composers. He writes electronic music, soundtracks for movies and cartoons, teaches, lectures on music, performs solo and as part of musical groups.
Charismatic drummer, vocalist, and founder of the Gigant Records recording studio in Moscow. Drummer for the Grand FuzzeRs – the only GRAND FUNK RAILROAD tribute band in Russia. Stickman and backing vocalist for Igor Nekrasov’s COMMUNIQUE, a tribute to Dire Straits & Mark Knopfler. Evgeny participates in music festivals, including the Blues-Bike Festival in Suzdal and is a jury member of the Emergenza Festival.
Vladimir is a composer and multi-instrumentalist. He plays some 30 instruments, including saxophone, dulcimer, and wind folk instruments. He was a soloist of the Musical Theater of National Art under the direction of Vladimir Nazarov. Currently, he plays with Russian star Garika Sukacheva, Duo Lisovets Elliott, writes and plays for the Partizan FM folk group, and participates in many other music projects.