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Read interview with Steve in THE LIVING TRADITION magazine (issue 120) August 2017

Living Tradition interview
Click here

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Steve's 7th album Spirit of the Game was launched on Sunday 17th January 2016 at his concert at Celtic Connections festival in Glasgow.  4 tracks can be heard on here
Price 10 + 2 post and packing in the UK.
There will be a  bonus compilation album  of around 14 stand out tracks from all Steve's previous albums dating back to the early 70's including some Canny Fettle material plus extended liner notes coming out in April and sent on application

To all friends and supporters of Maddy Prior’s Stepping Stones Festival ...

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December 2012...
news from the Midnight Special
radio programme in Chicago ...
read here...
(pdf document)
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'Rim of the Wheel' CD

Steve's latest CD Rim of The Wheel is now available.

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Mike Harding Interview on Radio

Steve was featured on Mike Harding's
radio folk programme on
Wednesday 30th November 2011, 
from 7pm to 8pm on BBC Radio Two

RE-ISSUE of Steve's Albums

Steve's LPs:
Eclogue and Braiding

are Now available on CD
both CDs available at gigs for 10

(or 11 posted incl. post and packaging)

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Steve was on the cover of "Stirrings" Mag Mar - May 2009 Edition
Read pdf version of the article

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Living Tradition Magazine Cover

Steve was on the cover of the January/February 2008 edition (No. 77)
of The Living Tradition Magazine.
Read an online version of the article

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Steve's new CD "Whirligig of Time" is NOW AVAILABLE

Some Reviews:

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A shining example of the music the British folk scene is capable of producing.
Folk Roots

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Steve Turner has been turning into one of this country's finest male singers and performers of folk-song [...] with him you can truly say that he has shown all the qualities of a great singer and interpreter of folk song.
Swing 51, National Folk Magazine

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This is one of my all time favourite records.
This album is so well constructed [...] the changing pace and the brilliance of the arrangements keep me glued.
The Broadsheet, Scotland on BRAIDING

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