StoneWall Society LOGO StoneWall Society GLBT Artists - Musicians
Steve Snelling Wing

"Perfect Strangers" CD cover and link to Steve's website. "Perfect Strangers"
Steve Snelling

Review by: Len

      Steve Snelling is an artist with diverse influences which are abundantly present in his music. This makes him difficult to peg into one category. Smooth and mellow pop would come to mind, but wait, didn't I just hear some classical reference? Hmm where did the jazz come from? See what I mean? Steve describes himself well while explaining that Joni Mitchell, Daniel Lanois, Sting, Peter Gabriel, and Paul Simon are all part of his acknowledged influences. Classically trained and having played since the age of three, Steve is a true piano man. Sharing a passionate example of his skills with

keys and words. Steve Snelling plays the piano like a lover plays his love. Knowingly and with certain stroke. His lyrics accompany with power and playfully add deeper vision to his musical prowess. 

    Opening Track, "Daniel" is an emotion packed, questioning look at a troubled person. Snelling brings vision and empathy to the secluded world. His lyrics, "When Daniel sails around the courtyard arms wide open," are delivered with such vocal and musical power that you see. Not just a boy on a courtyard but a relatable experience about the commonality of us all. The depth of lyrical meaning and immense musical scope throughout the entire "Perfect Strangers" CD is awesome.

     Steve Snelling has a gift for storytelling, which combined with his musical range of perspective creates limitless areas for growth and experience. His music can be enjoyed from a strictly musical sense in that it encompasses the senses and embodies emotion. His lyrics are deeper, more intense. The combining of his music and lyrics are a powerful force and one which leaves the intent listener reeling. That "reeling" is a good thing. One that lives when art is. Snelling has brought that life, reeling if you will, by matching and contrasting musical mood and tension with the same in a lyrical sense. Not always side by side, often in conflict and therein lies the Steve Snelling difference!

For more about Steve, his music, getting his music, and some interesting bits of information visit his website!

Return to GLBT Artists

The  only GLBT Music ranking Chart Online Since 1996! Support GLBT Music vote for your favorite GLBT Artists.
StoneWall Society Network Member!

Receive our FREE monthly newsletter

Equal Pride

Subscribe Here

StoneWall Society free web-based email, 6megs of space.

Email login:


Login, or get your account today!

Site Map

StoneWall Society


Resource Area

Home StoneWall Productions Resource  
Pledge Job Fair GLBT Web Reviewers 
Detailed Site Guide SWS Community Awards Program Web/Internet Tools
Business Members MountAroma  
Friends of StoneWall Society GLBT Petitions
Why Research and Student Assistance Program  
Favorite Sites  GLBT Web Site Reviews

History and Reference

Reading Room

SWS GLBTI Artists Promotion

StoneWall Webring GLBT Artists Free Promo Service GLBT Symbols
Member Webrings GLBT Artists   *** GLBT Famous Persons 
Link to Us   SWS Art World  Archives  *** and NEW
Contact Us Pride In The Arts Awards


Press Releases Our Awards


  Award Recipients  
Equality Alert  

Member Related

Awards Received
NewsRoom Member Site of the Month Older site program

Media & Entertainment

Travel   Previous Member Sites of the month. Older site program SWS Internet Radio
Jacy's Page Members' This & That Older site program GLBT Radio   ***
StoneWall Society Zine About the founder, Len Rogers Activities
Privacy Policy   Chat

*** = Updated      N = NEW


Site opened 10/31/99

StoneWall Society 10/99 - 2012