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Welcome to Steven's Website

I'm a big fan of jazz-rock fusion, so the first thing I'll do here is set up my webpage to share my discoveries and insights. The fusion universe is truly vast and covers styles from smooth jazz, bluesy fusion, psychedelic jams, funk grooves to crazy improvised solos, progressive metal and everything inbetween. While most people think of the 70ies when it comes to jazz-fusion, it never really died, with hundreds of artists still releasing albums in the last 20 years. You just won't hear about it or come across it on radio and you will be hard pressed to find post 70ies fusion in record stores. I'm here to help people discover or rediscover this wonderful, challenging and diverse genre. I hope this helps these talented, instrumental artists get the exposure and recognition they deserve for sticking it out in this difficult music marketplace.

So how do you go about finding good jazz fusion? I'm glad you've asked. Most people never think about discovering music via Record Labels but it is a great way to discover more if you already know a few artists or albums that you like. If you're new to modern fusion and want to get an accelerated course into fusion from 1995-2015, then the best way to do that is to listen to my Burning Jazz-rock Fusion playlist. You can discove music a lot quicker by listening to it than reading about it, if you don't know what you're looking for. If you want to know who I think is important and noteworthy, then have a look at my 50 Top Jazz-fusion Artists which is mainly focused on guitarists. If you're into energetically charged music from the 70ies and enjoy progressive rock you should start with 70ies Fusion. Otherwise if you're into bass and want to know which artists to listen to, try Top Show Off Bass Guitarists. To find out what other genres of music I enjoy, you can explore my numerous public Spotify Playlists

I've developed a Music Theory Cheat Sheet which is available for sale in digital formats as well as a free lower resolution image so you can decide if you want to purchase it. The best size for printing is A0 (841 x 1189 mm, 33.1 x 46.8 in), or A1 (594 x 841 mm, 23.4 x 33.1 in). Simply take the pdf to any professional printing company and provide them with details for the size and paper quality.

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