Head over to The Monkey House on Monday, September 24th, 8 p.m. – 10 p.m., for a “Songwriters Showcase” featuring Joe Redding (8 p.m.), Helen Hummel (8:30 p.m.), Jared Agnello (9 p.m.), and Steven Leibman (9:30 p.m.). $5, 18+, The Monkey House, 30 Main Street, Winooski, Vermont, 05404.
Mark your calendar for Steven performing at “Songwriters in the Round” on August 2nd, at On the Rise Bakery, Richmond, Vermont, along with Derek Burkins (www.reverbnation.com/derekburkins) and Tim Berry (www.reverbnation.com/timberrymusic). For show time and more info, please click www.ontherisebakery.net.
Matt Bushlow’s profile on Steven will air on VPR’s “Vermont Edition,” Tuesday, March 20th, Noon + 7 p.m. EST. Listen live on your local VPR station or at www.vpr.net.
Steven Leibman’s debut album “I Know They’re There” has won the 2011 Times Argus Tammie Award for “Best Album of the Year.” “I was caught off guard by “I Know They’re There” by Steven Leibman. It was submitted by a complete unknown, his first-ever recording effort, and he’s 63 years old. What chutzbah to think [...]
“…And Steven Leibman turned back the clock with a transcendent debut at the tender age of 63.” – Dan Bolles/Music Critic/Seven Days — 12/28/11; year-end wrap up of 2011 record releases. http://www.7dvt.com/2011top-vermont-music-albums
On December 9th, at 12 p.m. (EST), be sure to catch Steven on “Local Music Review” WGDR 91.1 FM/WGDH 91.7 FM and live streaming at http://lin1.san.fast-serv.com:6020/stream96.mp3.m3u; hosted by Josh HIgh.
On November 23, at 8 p.m. (EST), be sure to catch Steven on “Rocket Shop” 105.9 FM/”The Radiator” and streaming at www.theradiator.org/drupal; hosted by Sam Donnelly.
Seven Days interview with Steven Leibman. Steven Leibman is seated across the table in the dimly lit dining room of the Daily Planet in Burlington. His buddy, Brett Hughes, is seated next to him. The local country-music stalwart is all charming smiles, clad in stylish Ray- Bans and a green-and-white trucker cap. But Leibman isn’t looking at Hughes. He asks his question to the air, marveling at how someone so young could possess Cooder’s uncanny brilliance on the electric guitar.