Steve Spurgin


A life of music began early for Steve Spurgin, starting with lessons in classical piano at age five, moving on to French horn and choral training in school. The performing bug bit in the early 60’s when Steve picked up a folk guitar and started entertaining his school mates with the songs of his [...]

John Malcolm Penn


John is an old soul, both as a composer and performer.  Whether singing about an 1850s gold mining camp, a 1930s aviatrix, or a long-abandoned roadside motel, he sounds like he was there.  When Join sings about an omelet, you want one.  When he writes about a historical site or event, John does extensive [...]

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