Steve Free
Steve Free Wins National Award

Wayne Allen

Local artist Steve Free recently was honored with a national award for his music. Steve won an American Society of Composers, Authors & Publishers (ASCAP) award announced at a ceremony in New York City.

The award includes a cash prize. "The ASCAP awards are one of the most coveted and respected awards in the music industry, and is my eithth ASCAP award," Free explained.

Steve's current single, "When The Trees Are All Gone," is number 14 on the international Christian country charts. Steve's popularity keeps him as one of the most popular and most played folk/country artist on international radio.

Steve's popular Christmas song "Just a Baby Boy" is being re-released this holiday season and is quickly becoming a Christmas Classic. "He is One of the most diverse artist on the American Music Scene," Cash box Magazine.

Steve has been touring for more than 25 years and is regarded as one of the country's top folk singer/songwriters. He is one of the most popular folk/Americana Artist on European and Australian/New Zealand radio.

His new CD, "All Points Between," has been nominated for album of the year by the American Music Association in 2005.

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