Steve Young (2)

Stephen Timothy Young

Also known as S. Young, Stephen T. Young, Stephen Young, Young
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.steveyoung.net, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steve_Young_%28musician%29

Discography of Steve Young (2):

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Rock Salt And Nails 11 Audio 1986 Edsel Records
2 No Place To Fall 10 Audio 1978 RCA
3 Rock Salt And Nails 11 Audio 1986 Edsel Records
4 Renegade Picker 11 Audio 1976 RCA Victor
5 Renegade Picker 11 Audio 1976 RCA Victor
6 Renegade Picker 11 Audio 1976 RCA
7 Look Homeward Angel 9 Audio 1986 Mill Records
8 Rock Salt And Nails 11 Audio 1969 A&M Records
9 Seven Bridges Road 12 Audio 1976 Sonet
10 Australian Tour EP, 2007 6 Audio 2007 Death Valley Records
11 Long Time Rider 8 Audio 2008 Afterburn Records (2)
12 To Satisfy You 10 Audio 1982
13 Solo/Live 13 Audio 1991 Demon Records
14 Switchblades Of Love 10 Audio 1994 Round Tower Music
15 Primal Young 11 Audio 1999 Appleseed Recordings
16 Honky-Tonk Man 12 Audio 1975 Mountain Railroad Records
17 Renegade Picker & No Place To Fall 23 Audio 2001 Camden Deluxe
18 Seven Bridges Road 10 Audio 1981 Rounder Records
19 Old Memories 10 Audio 1981 Country Roads
20 To Satisfy You 10 Audio 1981 Rounder Records
21 No Place To Fall 10 Audio 1978 RCA
22 Honky-Tonk Man 12 Audio 1984 Rounder Records
23 Rock Salt And Nails 11 Audio 1987-08-05 A&M Records
24 Solo/Live / Switchblades Of Love 25 Audio 2010 Floating World
25 To Satisfy You 10 Audio 1982
26 Look Homeward Angel 9 Audio 1986 BMG Sweden
27 Seven Bridges Road 2 Audio 1969 A&M Records
28 To Satisfy You 10 Audio 1989 Line Records
29 Rock Salt & Nails 11 Audio 1969 A&M Records
30 It's Not Supposed To Be That Way / Lonesome, On'Ry And Mean 4 Audio 1976 RCA Victor


Born: July 12, 1942 in Newnan, Georgia

American country music singer, songwriter and guitarist, best known for his song "Seven Bridges Road" (on Rock Salt And Nails & Seven Bridges Road). He is a pioneer of the Country Rock, Americana, and alternative country sounds, and also a vital force behind the 'outlaw movement' that gave support to the careers of Waylon Jennings, Hank Williams, Jr. and more.


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