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Steve Eulberg
Artists Name: Steve Eulberg
Official Site: www.steveeulberg.com, www.reverbnation.com/steveeulberg, www.myspace.com/steveeulbergdulcimer and www.facebook.com/steve.eulberg
Band Members:
  • Steve Eulberg
Long-simmered songs by an awardwinning singer-songwriter and instrumentalist, "a piece of it all" is pure Americana.

Mountain and hammered dulcimers join guitar, mandolin, piano, bass, percussion, Hammond organ, mandolin and more to provide the best settings for these songs, composed over a 30-year period. Produced by Ken Whiteley, at Pyramid Records in Toronto, Ontario, recorded and mixed by Nicolas Tjielios, Steve is assisted by some very talented musicians who have garnered acclaim for both their live and session performances:

George Koller (bass)
Brad Hart (drumkit, djembe, congas)
Anne Lindsay (fiddle/violin)
Chris Whiteley (trumpet, blues harp)
Eve Goldberg (backing vocals)
Ken Whiteley (6 and 12-string acoustic, classical and electric guitars, piano, Hammond organ, mandolin, mandola, accordian, backing vocals and ship’s bell.)

“This superbly crafted recording with its lush, full instrumentation and strong, clear vocals both surprised and delights. Long time fans encounter a maturing artist. First time listeners will be fans before the final chord fades away. Each song stands on its own, whole and complete. Put together with the other 12 that join it here, each is a piece of a marvelous whole that aesthetically pleases and culturally challenges. As you take this journey into the artist’s soul, you will encounter yourself, standing at the intersection of your own life and today’s culture. What will you find when you look around there?” —from Jim Pierce’s liner notes

Taste the different flavors of each piece:


#3 porch swingin’; #12 careless love;
#13 set your back (to the setting sun)


#7 there’s nothing like the sound of a
woman; #10 didn’t know i was lost;
#11 sad


#1 a ship may be safe;
#4 war is sweet; #12 careless love; #8
who am i?; #9 rock on rock; #13 set your
back (to the setting sun)

Political folk/thought-provoking:

#2 i miss America; #4 war is sweet;
#5 i said nothing


#1 ship may be safe; #6 beauty in the
world; #8 who am i?; #9 rock on rock;

#13 set your back (to the setting sun)


February 2008

Owl Mountain Music is proud to release “a piece of it all”, Steve Eulberg’s 8th solo release (July 2007) which has garnered both critical acclaim, as well as national and international recognition:

•“war is sweet” topped the Top 40 Independent Country Chart, and “rock on rock” rose to #3 on the Inspirational/Gospel chart, both reported by The Music Review in New York.

•“a piece of it all” was included in the First Round Grammy Ballot in the Best Contemporary Folk/Americana category for 2007.

•Top 10 Spins on KRFC 88.9 fm 2 weeks in October. (Fort Collins, Colorado)

•International radio airplay: Australia, Italy, Denmark, England, France and more.
Reviewers say:

“…world-class dulcimer talent, multi-instrumentalist, folk music social consciousness, and great sense of …. Eulberg truly does have a piece of it all in his newest release by the same name… Steve sings about real life joys that the listener will want to share, and although he also sings about the harshest of tribulations he never leaves you without hope.” —Jim Babcock. cdbaby review

“…some thoughtful and heartful songs! I miss America too... great song.” — Susan Trump, folksinger, New York

"...what a tasty little masterpiece. Eulberg's musicianship is matched by his songwriting. Long after you've forgotten other people's songs, his work sneaks back and haunts you in all the right ways." —Robert Morgan Fisher

“…lorem ipsum ….” SingOut!

“…a very traditional feel though, generally, the arrangements are more modern and this blend of traditionalism and modernity really works. Steve tackles a few thorny issues in these 13 songs and there might be the odd one that makes some listeners a little uncomfortable as he holds forth on subjects like political, religious and ethnic intolerance, changing moral values, social injustice, human relationships simple and complex and conflicting emotions. …The programme includes the achingly beautiful “Sad”, a superb revival of the traditional “Careless Love”.… the wonderful journey to discover oneself in “I Was Lost” and the spiritual “Beauty In The World”. —Pete
Smith’s reviews

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