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Steve Young and Jubal Lee Young

This father and son singing/song writing tag team make their way to Alberta for the first time. They will be appearing at a venue near you in May 2013. Steve Young has never fit comfortably into categories. He follows his own musical and spiritual quest, weaving together Southern roots with a wide experience of life, creating new traditions in American music. Steve was born in Georgia and grew up in Alabama, Georgia and Texas then followed his musical instincts to New York then to California. There he worked with musicians like Van Dyke Parks and Stephan Stills. As a solo artist Steve Young became an integral part of the movement that defined the California country-rock sound that can be heard on his 1969 classic debut album," Rock, Salt and Nails". Appearing on the album were fellow pioneers like Gene Clark, Chris Hillman, Bernie Leadon and Gram Parsons. Later releases "Renegade Picker" and "No Place to Fall" were awarded 4 stars from the Rolling Stone Record Guide and Nashville Scene magazine named "Renegade Picker" as one of the " 50 Best Albums Ever"

Through a career of over a dozen albums and numerous re-releases and countless live performances all over the world, Steve Young writing credits have become legendary. Many of the stars of the music industry have recorded his songs. "Lonesome, Orn'ry & Mean " became the signature tune for 'Outlaw' Waylon Jennings also Hank Williams Jr.'s cover of "Montgomery in the Rain" is a classic.

Certainly the most-covered Steve Young song of all is "Seven Bridges Road" which was made super famous by The Eagles and also covered by artists like Joan Baez, Rita Coolidge, Iain Matthews and most recently Dolly Parton. While Steve has lived in country music towns like Nashville and Austin, and his songs have had an impact on country music he rejects being labeled as country.

Jubal Lee Young grew up steeped in the very creative nexus of the Outlaw country movement as the son of trailblazing songwriters/ performers Steve Young and Terrye Newkirk ("My Oklahoma," "Come Home, Daddy"). His music confirms that he is the genuine Outlaw Country article. His influences also included the larger environment-the mid-South of the 70's and 80's -- where Southern rock held sway. Jubal Lee refuses to back away from any Lynyrd Skynyrd comparisons and cannot deny the Southern Rock influences. To date Jubal Lee has four album releases and continues to show the Outlaw Country posers how it's done.

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