Steve White
Painting the World with Music

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Clint

The life of an artist is always interesting, because it's authentic. Trouble or triumph around the corner. I met him as he was almost at the peak of his career. One day he was at a party at my house and 2 months later he had cancer and no vocal chords and he was breathing through his trachea. ...Read more

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Clint

When Steve White began to play the room quieted down. I saw it the first time I heard him play at a friend's home concert and again for packed theaters and arena concerts in Europe or Asia.

Getting to know him, I found as a 7 year old kid growing up in Southeast Asia, Steve chose a ...Read more

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