Snap Scene: Rick Steward & The Greensmen, Workers Club, 5th January 2018

After travelling abroad for the better part of three years, North East Victorian bred musician, Rick Steward has been living on the road and riding motorcycles through countless countries throughout Asia, the Middle East & Europe. Armed with only his guitar and back pack he’s played his music from the streets of Burma, across the Islands of Cambodia, on mountain tops in Thailand, busking his way through India and rocked music bars across Israel.

Back from hiatus Rick has teamed up with good mates Tim Wooltorton & Callum Robinson aka ‘The Greensmen’ to deliver a bunch of energetic fat pole dancing blues riffs. The trio are currently working in the studio for their upcoming release.

Rick’s impressive 2012 single release was recorded at The Lair Studio in Santa Monica by legendary producer Eric Sarafin and featured Juan Nelson (Ben Harper – bass), Adam Topol (Jack Johnson – drums) & Eric Caplinger (Eric Clapton – fiddle / banjo). Over Steward’s career has supported and played alongside the likes of Dan Sultan, Ash Grunwald & Dallas Frasca. Rick Steward & The Greensmen were joined on stage by Whitfield Crane (Ugly Kid Joe), Ezekiel Ox (Mammal, Full Scale), Sarox Martin.

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