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"Inspired by Tom Petty and Ryan Adams, Steve Hartsoe is full of melodic spirit and gruff guitar lines." -- Milk Crater

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Steve Hartsoe Music @ Deep South Bar in Raleigh, NC

Deep South Bar, Raleigh, NC

With The Beacon Souls, plus singer-songwriters Kevin Michael Thompson and Nathan Kornegay
(919) 833-1252; https://www.deepsouththebar.com/

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A Night of Local Americana March 30 at Raleigh’s Deep South Bar 

RALEIGH, NC -- Local Americana rocker Steve Hartsoe returns to downtown Raleigh’s Deep South Bar Friday, March 30, performing songs from his latest album, “The Big Fix-Deluxe Edition.” 

Hartsoe, who while honing his musical skills in his native San Francisco Bay Area opened for artists including The Smithereens, Tragically Hip, Mudhoney, Chris Isaak and Todd Rundgren, performs at Deep South with his band, The Beacon Souls. 

Also on the bill are two talented Raleigh-area singer-songwriters -- Kevin Michael…

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Essential 8: Steve Hartsoe

Former AP journalist and college pitcher turned husband and father, veteran rocker Steve Hartsoe goes all in with The Big Fix-Deluxe Edition. The Raleigh, N.C., artist’s latest finds him singing about the experiences of daily life from its troubles to its joys and everything in-between. Here, Hartsoe answers his Essential 8 and talks about the album, songwriting, his favorite concerts, and more! 
With “Said and Done,” what was the “a-ha” moment when you knew the song was completed and perfect? 
My best…

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Steve Hartsoe releases deluxe edition of 'The Big Fix'


By Will Atkinson | 01/10/2018 

In the middle of Steve Hartsoe’s debut solo album, “The Big Fix,” alongside a spate of original compositions, is a cover of Tom Petty’s “Trailer.” The deluxe edition of the album, released Dec. 1, came less than two months after the death of the beloved rock star, but for Hartsoe, Petty’s influence spans back much further. 

The Raleigh-based musician, who is a senior editor in Duke’s Office of News and…

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