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Merging his 3D art with his music Steve creates his "Visual Music" compositions to be immersive and relaxing. His exhibit at the Bascom Center for Visual Arts was very well received, and his artwork is available. Steve has been collecting and restoring antique radios from the 1920's and 1930's since 1997. These radios represent the birth of radio and the rapid early evolution of electronics and vacuum tube circuits.

Steve has been a working musician since 1974, playing keyboards and singing lead and backup vocals. He has been performing lately as a solo jazz vocalist/pianist in th Cashiers and Highlands areas. Steve has embraced a wide spectrum of styles in his visual music compositions from classical to jazz to rock to experimental. He is a graduate of Berklee College of Music in Boston and majored in arranging.

In 2009 Steve started software company MemberSites LLC. As a developer of community-based software solutions, MemberSites provides communities with a no-cost website option. I have been fortunate to work with many artists and companies in various capacities through the years.
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read more › The great singers of years past can be heard again in their songs! Steve Johannessen's love for this music is evident in his singing. These great love songs originally sung by Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, Nat King Cole and others are the heart of his performances. Sung with emotion and nuance, these great songs come alive for you once more! You can experience these wonderful songs at your club, your next event, or your next house party.

read more › What you will see here is a departure from everything you have experienced before. In the past, music video experiences have told you what to think or feel through words or visuals. These imaginary spaces here are created entirely by one person to give your mind a place to wander - think of creating a quiet space filled with sound and images that you can experience. These pieces purposefully avoid any reference to cultural or human elements. In this way, the effect of this visual music experience can cross cultural boundaries and inspire without prejudice.

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