Steo Wall is a fast emerging talent on the Irish music scene, a striking wordsmith with a unique musical style. Having first barged his way onto the Irish music scene in 2018, Steo has gone from strength to strength. Captivating audiences all around Ireland and the UK. His live sets have been described by Damien Dempsey as pure alchemy.
“Steo is set to join the likes of Damien Dempsey and Shane McGowan, as a Pioneering voice in Irish folk music.” Hot Press Magazine 2018.
Steo has an eclectic taste to his music which shines through the multi-genre array of songs at his disposal. With a mix of spoken word and folk inspired melodies all woven to an acoustic groove, Steo is bringing something new, fresh and exciting.
“He comes from the tradition, with a Contemporary feel to his singing. Steo Wall is worth a good listen” Christy Moore.
Ten years ago Steo packed a bag and left Dublin. He headed out to the West of Ireland and quickly began to immerse himself in the vibrant local music scene of North Clare. Having honed his craft, Steo entered in to Malbay recording studios in 2016 and set about writing and recording his critically acclaimed debut album, Where I’m From! Having shared a stage with Damien Dempsey on national tours in 2016, 2017 and again opening Damo’s stage in Vicar Street in 2018. Damo quickly became a fan of Steo’s music and agreed to feature on his first single release called, What’s Wrong With The World Ma?
“While Where I’m From is this Dublin Raised, Clare based tunesmith’s first Album, you’d be forgiven for thinking he’s five records deep into his campaign.” Edwin McFee, Hot Press Magazine.
Steo is gearing up to release his second studio album, Street Wosdom For Lost Souls. This all marks a very exciting next chapter for a very exciting artist.