I wrote this song when I was going though the lowest point of my life. You see I was debating if I should take my own life or not. I know it sounds crazy and disappointing especially while there are people trying to fight to stay alive. However, I was fighting my own internal fight. […]
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Our song John Wayne talks about the need for heroes in today’s world. DustStorm is a hard rock band out of Detroit, Michigan.
“Hush” featuring Toni Peete was written in 2006 while recovering from surgery for neuroendocrine carcinoid cancer. The lyrics were inspired by a very special nurse who was part of my healing team and the song is dedicated to her, Adriana Arienti. It’s meant to inspire peacefulness and quiet in the midst of frightening medical diagnoses, […]
This is an original song I released about a year ago. I’m hoping it speaks for itself. I am a 23-year-old songwriter from Salt Lake City. I live to create things and tell stories.
I wrote, and recorded, this song in 2009, with a mouth full of braces (hence the occasional flat note, here and there.) 2009 was to be the launching pad of my acting and music career, but a series of disappointments early on, left me with nothing but time, and frustration. I turned that summer into […]
I wrote the song, October, in the fall of 2014. I was born and raised in the beautiful state of Vermont where fall is the most famous. For this reason, fall has always been my absolute favorite time of year. I love everything about it. On one particular fall day, I was sitting outside, while […]
A ski friend returned from a Teton backcountry trip with a tee shirt, a winged foot on a telemark ski with the caption, “Free the heel, and the mind will follow”. This evolved into a song about sometimes having no options other than action-to changes one’s thinking, feelings, circumstances etc. From an old Buddhist idea, […]
A brain-injured friend, learning to walk and speak again, approached me with this quote: “A ship’s safe in the harbor-but that’s not what it’s for.” This original song followed soon thereafter. I’m a Salt Lake City based singer/ songwriter with 2 CD’s of original “100% organic folk, roots and blues.” I support my guitar habit as a […]
This is a cover song called “Don’t Let the Sun Catch You Crying,” originally recorded by the British invasion group, Gerry and the Pacemakers in 1964. I rearranged it as a slow waltz, with a Norah Jones “Come Away With Me” vibe. The performance features Duane Stephens on vocals, Christian Parry on drums, Will Lovell […]
The song is called “Listen to the Leaves,” an original composition by Steve Lindeman performed by David Halliday, soprano sax, Scott Wilson, trumpet, Joe Chisholm, trombone, Steve Lyman, drums, Matt Larson on bass, and me (Steve Lindeman) on piano. I am a Salt Lake City-based keyboardist and composer.