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Know Your Driver

The latest from JBS, released in 2010. A collection of mostly originals with an electric blues quartet. Unique songwriting style, lots of slide guitar, organ and piano. R&B, Soul and a bit of Gospel.

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99 Degress

Released in 2002, features Stephan on vocals and guitar and "Fresh" Tom Roesch on bass and backing vocals. The fine drumming of Stewart Nyren, and the powerhouse keyboards of Danny "Pianny" Sturner complete the tight sound, which has garnered much local, national and international airplay on Blues playlists. Recorded in Pioneer Square, Seattle, 99 Degrees was featured on Marlee Walker's Blues-To-Do Top 25 List of 2002.

Three J's
Recorded in Berkeley, California and released in 2004. It brings together some of the finest R&B talent from Seattle and the San Francisco Bay Area. Featuring the "reunion" of John Firmin, AKA Johnny Nocturne, top-flight tenor and baritone saxophones, John Lee's signature bass and vocals, and John Stephan, slide guitar and vocals. The 3Js all came of age musically during the classic R&B era in sixties Anchorage, Alaska. Its original compositions reflect R&B, Rock, and Blues influences of that time. Henry Salvia, keyboard wizard, and Ron E. Beck, R&B groove master drummer, complete the tight sound.

     John Stephan Discography
     Gary Minkler "Little Trailer Ruby" 2013
     John Stephan Band "Know Your Driver" 2010
     Charlene Grant "That Would Be Me" 2004
     The 3J's (self titled) 2004
     John Stephan Band "99 Degrees" 2002
     Isaac Scott "Posthumous Blues Live" 2002
     Steve Bailey "Bailey's Blues" 2001
     Renee Redeker "Inspire" 1999
     Isaac Scott "High Class Woman" 1996
     Red Dress "Collection" 1994
     Je Ka Jo (self titled) 1989
     Matinee Idols " Line Up" 1984
     Matinee Idols "Leaving Limbo" 1982