Steve Byers is a Modern Rockabilly Artist who writes and performs his music. His music is influenced by Elvis Presley, The Stray Cats, Little Richard, Brian Setzer, Carl Perkins among other Rockabilly Cats and some 60's artists. His instrumentals and some of his vocals can be heard on many TV Shows and in film. Steve's music has been heard on NBC, "The Voice" 2014, 2013 American Country Awards, "Happy Days" TV series re-released overseas, "Keeping up with the Kardashians", "16 and Pregnant" MTV, "Timamia" Brazilian Film 2014, "Born to Race 2" film, "Walker Payne" film, Hulu, Netflix, Showtime, The History Channel, Steve Harvey Show among several other placements.
"She Can't Shake" features (20) new songs written and performed by Steve. Steve is a "One Man, Garage Band. His song, "She Can't Shake" is in the new film, "Timamia" released out of Brazil 10/30/2014 and in the film, "Born to Race 2" released 2014. "Drink the Wine" was used on the series, "Cajun Pawn Stars" as well as "Swamp Beat". "Bayou Boutte" was on the series "Pawn Stars". Check out the new CD!
Film by Alexander Tuschinski (Comedy, Drama, History and Sci-Fi) Soundtrack One day in 1932, Arnold Richter disappears, only to re-appear moments later in a totalitarian future. And that's only the beginning of a travel through time, space and emotion, exposing the nature of power in a wild mix of genres and styles. A film about time-travel, girls, art and revolution! Written by Anonymous
Born to Race: Fast Track
Video by Alex Ranarivelo (Action) Soundtrack Danny Krueger is a twenty-year old street racer who plays by his own rules. After winning a scholarship to the prestigious Fast Lane Racing Academy, Danny finds himself competing against some of the fiercest young drivers in the world. Tension soars on and off the track, and a terrible incident leaves Danny without a racing partner. Facing dismissal from the academy, Danny is forced to team up with an old rival. The pair must learn to set aside their differences as they vie for rookie spots on a professional racing team. Written by Anonymous
Film by Matt Williams (Drama) Soundtrack A period drama where a small-town father (Patric) is forced to make difficult, heartbreaking decisions in order to save his two daughters.
29 Reasons to Run
Film by Damon O'Steen (Comedy) Soundtrack Murphy's Law takes over when a slacker (Jack Paradise) runs out of couches to sleep on and decides to take a road trip to find his lost love, but only after tricking his novel-challenged writer and best friend (Peter Jonson) into believing that this trip could be the story he's been searching to write all of his life. Written by GW