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Steve at Muscle Shoals Sound in 1975 with his 1963 Gibson Les Paul
Steve playing sessions in 1977 at Eastern Sound in Toronto with his 1961 Fender Telecaster
Recording with Tower Of Power in 1979 at The Record Plant in Sausalito, CA.
L-R: Mic Gillette, Steve B., Doc Kupka, Lenny Pickett, Greg Adams, Emilio Castillo
Steve with Alicia Bridges and Bill Lowery at the 1979 Grammy Awards in Los Angeles. Alicia opened the show with "I Love The Nightlife"
which was nominated for Best Female Vocal - Rhythm & Blues
Steve and Melissa Manchester at United Western Studios in Los Angeles in 1979
Dionne Warwick and Steve at Mastersound Studio in Atlanta in 1979
Maxine and Julia Waters, Steve B., Steve Dorff and Kim Carnes recording background vocals at Britannia Studios in Los Angeles in 1980
Steve, Dionne Warwick and Clive Davis at Lincoln Center in New York in 1980
Linda Ronstadt and Steve in Los Angeles in 1983
Steve with Tammy Wynette at The Bennett House in Franklin, TN in 1985
Recording with Tammy Wynette at The Bennett House in 1985.
L-R: Tom Robb, Larry Byrom, Barry Beckett, Tammy, Steve B., Eddie Bayers, Gene Eichelberger. Kneeling: Steve Gibson
Recording with B.J. Thomas at Star Gem in Nashville in 1986.
Back L-R: Randy McCormick, Steve B., B.J., Steve Gibson, Dennis Ritchie, Joe Bogan.
Kneeling L-R: Tom Robb, Eddie Bayers with Danny The Dog, Larry Byrom
Steve, Dolly Parton and Ricky Skaggs at Treasure Isle Studios in Nashville in 1989
Steve, Dolly and Ricky Van Shelton recording "Rockin' Years" at 17 Grand Studio in Nashville in 1990
Four legends at the Country Music Hall Of Fame in Nashville in 1993.
L-R: Kitty Wells, Loretta Lynn, Dolly Parton, Tammy Wynette and Steve. This was the release party for the album, "Honky Tonk Angels"
Mary Chapin Carpenter and Steve receiving platinum albums for "Come On Come On" in Nashville in 1993
Steve and Reggie Young backing Dolly on The Tonight Show in Los Angeles in 1995
Steve (with Paul Simon's guitar) teaching "Peace Train" to Ladysmith Black Mambazo at The Hit Factory in New York in 1996
Recording with Melissa Manchester at 17 Grand Studio in Nashville in 1997.
L-R: Steve B., Kirk Whalum, Eddie Gomez, Melissa, David Hungate, Matt Rollings, Lewis Nash
Steve with Jazz guitarist Martin Taylor and sax player Kirk Whalum at The Doghouse in Nashville in 1999
Recording "The Grass Is Blue" album with Dolly at The Sound Kitchen in Nashville in 1999.
L-R: Jim Mills, Sam Bush, Bryan Sutton, Barry Bales, Jerry Douglas, Stuart Duncan.
Front: Steve, Dolly, Gary Paczosa
Steve playing his 1941 Gibson Super 400 on "The Grass Is Blue" sessions
Dolly and Steve with the Grammy for "The Grass Is Blue" at The Staples Center in Los Angeles in 2000
Recording the "Little Sparrow" album with Dolly at Oceanway Studios in Nashville in 2000.
L-R: Barry Bales, Jim Mills, Stuart Duncan, Chris Thiele, Dolly, Steve, Jerry Douglas.
Seated: Gary Paczosa and Bryan Sutton
Dolly and Steve while recording the "Little Sparrow" album at Oceanway in Nashville in 2000