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My dad was a Texan and I grew up  hearing about how things in Texas were always bigger and better. Now my daddy was known to tell some great yarns, but bigger and better often applies to the talent that comes out of Texas and Steve Lamar is no exception here.

Steve's self produced album, "We'll Always Have Paris..." is living proof of the great things that come out of Texas. Steve was only about four years old when the customers in his mom's Texas cafe would give him quarters to play a song on the jukebox and sing along. It was only a matter of time before Steve began writing his own songs and playing in neighborhood bands.

After high school, Steve headed for L.A. where he working in network TV producing shows such as "Working Girl", Disney's "Boy Meets World" and one of my favs, "ALF", which Steve co-wrote the main title theme.

"After several years in Los Angeles, I felt it was time to commit myself to what I love most; Music," says Steve.

"Since moving to Nashville in April of '96, I've had the good fortune to write with the hit songwriters, Burton Collins (How Can I Help You Say Goodbye), and Byron Hill (Lifestyles of the Not So Rich and Famous, She's Alright Already, If I Was a Drinkin' Man, etc....)"

Steve certainly lives up to the honor of all his credits in "We'll Always Have Paris..." with a true Texan style and a smooth easy voice added to compelling lyrics and music. From the upbeat "There's Always Something Broken", an almost comical heartbroken man left with nothin' but his dog and a house full of broken down things,  to the warm tender ballads like "Something Blue" and "There's No Time Like The Past".  While Steve was generous enough to put 12 great songs on this CD, I want more and I'm very eager for him to produce another winner like "We'll Always Have Paris...". It's like a reading good book that you just don't want to end.

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We'll Always Have Paris...

Something Blue

If I Can Learn To Be Lonely

Under A Texas Sky

Always Something Broken

1999 ASCAP, Steve Lamar  All Rights Reserved

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