I am so excited once again to be a part of the Ida Ho Ho Benefit concert. Come join our Holiday show with so many talented local artists donating their time to the Women's and Children's Alliance. It is guaranteed to be the best Holiday party you attend all season! Grab your tickets here and we'll see you at The Visual Arts Collective on 12/13.Read More
The Record Exchange turned 40 and threw a huge party inviting several Boise bands for a night of 1977 covers. I threw together this amazing Super Band and we were off to the races with "So Into You" by the Atlanta Rhythm Section. It was a great night full of a lot of love for our beloved record store.Read More
As part of Boise Weekly's annual "Best of Boise" Steve Fulton was nominated and voted in amongst Boise greats Rebecca Scott and Thomas Paul.
"To be on a "best of" list with Rebecca Scott and Thomas Paul is so cool and a huge honor. Boise has a endless pool of talented musicians, I feel lucky just to be swimming amongst them. Thanks Boise!"
1977 was a great year for music. It was also the year The Record Exchange opened their doors, providing Boise with the states largest independent record store and 40 years of pure pleasure. Join a bevy of Idaho artists as we help them celebrate this milestone with our own versions of great tunes from 1977. This is going to be a blast!Read More
Rosalie Sorrels spent a lifetime writing heartfelt, expressive, personal songs about poverty, social injustice, love and loneliness. I was honored to contribute a song to the Rosalie Sorrels tribute album. Now it is my pleasure and great privilege to perform it amongst so many other talented artists not once, but TWICE this week. Catch the preview party at The Record Exchange Thursday 9/7 and A Tribute Show at The Egyptian Theatre Friday 9/8. Come help us celebrate the Travlein' Lady and the legacy she left behind.Read More
SFM had a great trip to Montana to play Billings Alive After Five and open for Jefferson Starship and Blue Oyster Cult. We can't wait to make it back to Montana again!
Alive After Five in downtown Boise is always a good time, but this time I get to sit in with Scars on 45 playing bass! They put on a great show, come on down, dance and play in the fountain! Their music is so great, you will be so happy you made it!
The highly anticipated vinyl version of Eponym released 5/12/17 at Boise's own Record Exchange and debuted at #2. After the release of Eponym last October it has been a long wait, wanting to make sure it was the high quality vinyl lovers expect, we feel the wait was worth it.
The vinyl edition of Eponym released on Friday and to celebrate we threw a party!! I can't explain how special this night was for me, I had 16 good friends on stage with me, including a choir that recreated my original vision from 2010. I can't remember the last time I had this much fun on stage. Shon Saunders, Tim Hammes, Tim Willis, Dave Goff, Lindsey Hunt, Rob Hill, Christine Thomas, Scott Lindbloom, Brad Mitchell, Teresa Colebrook, Justin Ness, Curt Wardhaugh, Kelly Lynae, Catherine Merrick, Rochelle Smith and Matt Vanderboegh were ALL amazing and I can't thank them enough for sharing this evening with me. Some other people that made the night special, The Record Exchange for their never ending support, Franz Witte for stage plant life, Tyler Walker for the awesome light show, Pat Storey for making us all sound super cool, The Visual Arts Collective 's entire team for putting up with us and Chad Case Photography and video for capturing the evening.
But most of all thank you to all the fans, friends and family alike that came to our show and made it fun, fun, fun!!! I am more grateful than you will ever know.
SFM will be rocking Alive After 5 in Billings, MT on August 24th! This is Family Fun Night featuring a food truck rally and local craft beer and spirits. We cant wait to join the fun!
SFM is so excited to be a pat of the Annual Elk River Reunion, opening for Blue Oyster Cult and Jefferson Starship. Join us in Billings Montana on August 26th as we rock Montana!! Grab your tickets here.
SFM - Steve Fulton Music now on vinyl for the first time! It's been a long wait, but the vinyl version of Eponym is finally here, and to welcome it we are having a PARTY! Eponym took 11 years to come to fruition and we are planning a lot of surprises to honor the events that got us here. Come be a part of this special night as we celebrate music, friendship and collaboration, it will be a ROCKIN’ night to remember jam packed with some of Boise’s best musicians. Join us May 12th at the Visual Arts Collective.
This will be a night full of guest appearances, more to be added! Grab your tickets here
1. Tim Hammes
2. Shon Sanders
3. Scott Lindbloom
4. Kelly Lynae
5. Rochelle Smith
6. Rob Hill
7. Justin Ness
8. Scot Alexander
9. Christine Thomas
10. Lindsey Hunt
11. Dave Goff
12. Tim Willis
I am so thrilled to be a part of the Tribute to Rosalie Sorrels: Stories & Music on Sunday 3/26 as part of the Treefort Music Festival. This will be a very special evening at Boise Contemporary Theatre. Other artists include, a.k.a.Belle, Bill Coffey, Rebecca Scott, Kayleigh Jack, Dan Costello, James Coberly Smith, LeAnne Towne, Deborah Day, Rocci Johnson and more.
Artists and bands from across the country and across the pond have collaborated to produce a 4-CD set of songs as a tribute to Idaho icon, songwriter, musician and master storyteller, Rosalie Sorrels. More information here
Thrilled to be among OPBMusic's favorite Tiny Desk contestants from the Northwest!
In January, NPR Music began accepting submissions for their 3rd annual Tiny Desk Contest, a competition designed to help uncover musical talent. Unsigned musicians were instructed to use/find/borrow or improvise a desk of some kind, roll video, and play their most compelling (original) song.
Of those thousands of entries, over 400 came from the Pacific Northwest.
Here are just a few of our favorites: Read full article here
The Name of the Game
Local musician-producer Steve Fulton ends a decade of dearth with jam-packed Eponym
By Amy Atkins
It has been 11 years since Steve Fulton released a new album. Our patience has been rewarded.
It has been nearly 20 years since local band House of Hoi Polloi released an album, but band co-founder Steve Fulton still gets asked what the name means—and he still doesn't have a satisfying answer.
"I just liked the way it sounded," Fulton said laughing, though like with most of his creative choices, the decision wasn't really uninformed: hoi polloi is Greek for "the masses" and House of Hoi Polloi was a band for everyone. It worked hard to make sure "the masses" who came out to dance the night away to its rock/funk/ska reggae sound had fun.
He's right. Eponym says it all. Read the full interview here
Fulton and Hunt are thrilled to be a part of Treefort Music Fest!! March 22-26 in beautiful downtown Boise. Join us at The Olympic March 22nd at 9:30pm for all the fun and excitement during this awesome festival!!
Grab your tickets to this 4 day festival of fun here, don't miss out on the party of the year!