Stevie Fleck

Corn Hill Arts Festival Entertainment

  • Stevie is an 18 year old acoustic and electric guitarist, singer songwriter, harmonica player, and trombonist.
  • His band, The Brass Monkeez, is the only band to win the Music Is Art battle of the bands 2 years in a row.
  • His Band was voted best new original band in the Buffalo music awards in 2009 at the age of 14.
  • Given the opportunity to travel and record original songs at Gary Bakers Noise Block Studio in Muscle Shoals, Alabama, where the legendary Swampers rhythm section recorded for Aretha Franklin, Wilson Picket, Little Richard, Duane Allman, etc.
  • Opened for Fran Cosmo of the legendary band, Boston, at the Rapids Theatre in Niagara Falls, NY 2010.
  • Opened for international Canadian band, 5440, in 2011 at the Hard Rock Café, Niagara Falls, NY.
  • Opened for the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra Plays the Music of the Grateful Dead and performed with members of the Buffalo Philharmonic during his set in summer, 2012.
  • Opened for Tab Benoit and Art Neville at the Tralfamadore Café in Buffalo, 2012
  • Recorded and released on iTunes, Amazon and CD Baby, the Willie Nile song “One Guitar”, with proceeds benefiting local food banks thru 2012 “ We never thought the song would go into high schools, but sometimes songs take on a life of their own…I’m impressed with Stevie’s version…” Willie Nile May 31, 2012 Buffalo News
  • Shared the stage with artists such as Willie Nile, Tommy Brunett, and Robby Takac
  • Has written over 30songs of styles varying from Country-Blues to Contemporary Folk to Americana to Electric blues, Jazz, Rock, and Psychedelia.
  • Performed over 120 shows between his band and his solo career

A quote from Stevie: “Music is sound, and sound is ancient, physical vibration. It has been here since before us or our attempt to make words and labels for every manifestation of existence. Sound and Music are engraved in all of our souls and I’m here simply to bring them out, to let my real self shine through. Words can touch your heart and reach a huge audience, so songs are good cases for musical ideas with some poetic expression. But the organic, physical vibration of sound can show people there is more to this life than their language and material goods, there is incredible potential in being a human being. The power to be and not necessarily to do gives us our greatest gift, our consciousness and ability to reason. I hope my music lights people up to be the best they can be, to inspire and spread positive, creative energy. To help people get back in touch with nature, themselves, and all of existence. Physical vibration is no phony human language, but the language of the cosmos and existence.”

Location: The School of Rock Stage at 27 Atkinson Street
Time: Saturday, 12:30 pm – 2:10 pm

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