Fans Picks – Top 10 Songs and Videos

What are your favorites? Leave a comment now!

Top 10 Song Plays on my Web Site (click on the song to listen)

Rank Song Title

1

Tootsie Pop Blues by Steve Falter © 2009

2

If I Could Be Your Mirror by Steve Falter and Parlor Jones © 2010

3

Julie’s Dentist Visit Blues by Steve Falter © 2009

4

A Soft, Soft Place To Fall by Steve Falter © 2007

5

Who Is They by Steve Falter © 2004

6

Guardrails Of My Life by Steve Falter © 2010

7

If It Looks Like A Duck It Must Be Love by Steve Falter © 2007

8

He Held Nothing Back by Steve Falter © 2010

9

I Talk To God by Steve Falter © 2009

10

She Said Yes by Steve Falter © 2005

Top Video Plays on my Web Site (click on the Video Title to watch)

Rank Song Title

1

If You Won’t Leave Me (I’ll Find Someone Who Will)

2

If It Looks Like A Duck, It Must Be Love – Taste of Oviedo

3

God Loves You Even More – Taste of Oviedo

4

Tootsie Pop Blues – Taste of Oviedo

5

I Dig Rock-n-Roll Music – Taste of Oviedo

6

Stormy Monday – Taste of Oviedo

7

Guardrails of My Life – Taste of Oviedo

8

A Soft, Soft Place To Fall – Taste of Oviedo

9

Steve Falter on IM Radio

10

Steve Falter Interviewed on the Atticus Black Show


Interested in taking Lessons in person (locally), or worldwide (via Skype) or booking Steve for a Private Party, House Concert or Office Function?  Just leave a comment and I will contact you by email (your address shows on my admin panel).

Steve started playing guitar in ‘69, and has been performing regularly since ’90. His involvement with recording and sound engineering began in the early ‘70’s.

Steve, and his bands, have always given back to the community, supporting Special Needs Families, Christian Outreach, Food Pantries, Homeless Shelters and Medical Research.

As a songwriter and registered artist with BMI, Steve’s songwriting and gig sets span the Blues, Rock, Folk, Country and Christian genres.

2009 was the start of a busy solo performing schedule as well as sharing his love of music by teaching both Guitar and Live Performance Techniques. Steve teaches his guitar students to play the music THEY want to play, right from the start, without getting bogged down with music theory. With Live Performance Techniques lessons, students learn how to move from the living room to a live stage.


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