Steve Anderson personifies COUNTRY. His music embodies the essence of fellow Texans like Willie Nelson and Bob Wills to contemporary artists like George Strait and Randy Rogers.
Growing up in a musical family in San Antonio TX, where his father was a member of Ray Price's band, Steve has been singing since the day he could talk and started his professional career early by appearing on PM Magazine at age six. Through his teen years he mastered the guitar, steel guitar and dobro while honing his rich vocal talent entertaining American troops on and off military bases.
Steve was twenty when he put together the Stray Bullet Band. Playing nightclubs and local events quickly led to him opening for many artists early on like Pirates of the Mississippi, Confederate Railroad, Ricochet, and Boy Howdy to name a few.
A downturn in his father’s health forced Steve to take time off his project, but he freelanced wiyh many other bands, often winding up on stage with folks like Frenchie Burke, Trent Willmon, George Strait's Ace In The Hole Band and many others. He played lead guitar for Gene Watson for about 7 months, where he met and worked with some amazing people, including Janie Fricke, Clinton Gregory, Johnny Lee, Johnny Rodriguez, Brent Rowan, Kenny Sears, Jimmy Capps, and the late John Hughey, and he performed on the Grand Ole Opry with Gene as well. He played steel and sang harmony vocals with Rick Trevino for a couple of years, and before that, he held a house gig as a staff utility musician and vocalist at Cowboys Dancehall in San Antonio, TX.
In 2009, Steve picked up some dates, called up the band members and began touring again, stronger than ever. Whether it be stadium or night club, Steve’s stage presence radiates to any audience, and his down-home humor combined with his professional manner and personal interaction with the crowd insures a packed house that comes back for more. Steve remains true to his roots, and to hear his astounding vocal and instrumental prowess will attest to that.