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Rick Steff
Rick is a Memphis keyboard artist who has recorded with bands such as Lucero, Cat Power, Dexys Midnight Runners, and Hank Williams jr. After beginning his career playing with a variety of Memphis musicians, in the early 1980s Steff moved to England and recorded as the organist for Dexy's Midnight Runners. After returning to America, Rick spent six years touring with Hank Williams jr. until 1994. While playing with Williams, he also appeared on Don Nix's 1994 album, Back To The Well. He played on the Grammy Award nominated James Blood Ulmer album, Memphis Blood, in 2001. In 2006, he served as musical director for Cat Power's The Greatest Tour. Also in 2006, he made an appearance playing accordion and piano on George Thorogood's album The Hard Stuff. In 2009, Steff appeared on Klaus Voormann's debut solo album A Sideman's Journey, with Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Dr. John and others. Rick has also recorded with Huey Lewis and the News. In 2019 he played Hammond B-3 and synthesizer on the Samantha Fish album Kill or Be Kind. In May 2013, he released his first solo recording, a three-song EP titled Rick's Booogie.
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Living In The Last Days
Bible & Tire Recording Co BTRC011
Elizabeth King, vocals
Art Edmaiston, horn
Jim Spake, horn
Matt Ross-Spang, guitar
Rick Steff, organ
Al Gamble, organ, piano, Wurlitzer
William Graves, piano, Wurlitzer, vocals
Mark Stuart, bass
George Sluppick, drums, percussion
Deborah Ballard, vocals
Chris Barnes, vocals
Courtney Barnes, vocals
Carolyn Brown, vocals
Michelle Carter, vocals
Audrey Fuller, vocals
Mae Hicks, vocals
Angela White, vocals
Cora White, vocals

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