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Steve Shearan, lead vocalist with New Mud New Year's eve 2006 mud

Stevie Solo turns on the 'Glam' more...
glam rock

Billed with Boney M, Steve
Shearan sings as lead vocalist for New Mud more...


T-Rex , David Bowie or Elvis fan? Will YOU be able to tell the ifference? more...

Stevie Solo
60's-80's Rock and Pop Impressionist

If you're looking for excellent, good old fashioned entertainment from a well seasoned, experienced, highly professional performer, then look no further.

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Lead vocalist for New Mud, Steve Shearan's individual solo act as Stevie Solo will provide a fun packed alternative, LIVE entertainment package to make any evening both enjoyable and memorable.

Steve will wow your audience, spice up your party, works 'do' or wedding reception, give you a 'crowd puller' for your event/club or pub and provide that professional 'personal touch' whatever YOUR occasion is.


Singing in the style of some of the favourite artists of the 60's, 70's and early 80's, Steve's skillful impressions can make you believe you have been whisked back in time and are there, live, with the original artist. With a wide ranging repatoire of hits including those by David Bowie, T-Rex, Elvis or Mud, Stevie Solo can't fail to have something for everyone, his professional and entertaining show never fails to have audiences bopping and tapping all night through!. Check out Steve's SONGLIST for just some of the more popular songs he can include in his act for you.

Check out some of the PAST GIGS where Stevie has performed and read some of the quotes by previous, very satisfied customers.If you want to see more of Stevie in action, come along to one of his future GIGS and take a look for yourself, you will not believe how realistic his version of top hits can sound and NO, he NEVER MIMES!

Equally happy to work on 'one off' gigs or regular seasonal contracts, you can find out more about booking Stevie Solo HERE

marc bolan


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