Steve Boone

born on 23/9/1943 in Camp Lejeune, NC, United States

Steve Boone

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Steve Boone

Steve Boone (born September 23, 1943, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina[1]) is the bass guitarist for the rock band, The Lovin' Spoonful.

After the Lovin' Spoonful stopped touring in 1968, Boone went to work producing an album for Mercury Records by the Oxpetals. Soon after finishing the album Boone bought a 56 ft sailboat 'Cygnus' and moved onto it in the Virgin Islands. In 1973 he sold his boat and moved to Baltimore, Maryland and started Blue Seas Studios. His first project was recording Little Feat's Feats Don't Fail Me Now album, followed by many more well-known artists who recorded there.[1]

Boone moved back to Florida in 1987. In 1993 he produced the Irish Times' album, Live At McGuire's Hill 16 as well as the pop rock band Forq and their album Forq Chops in 1998.[1]

In the early 1990s Boone teamed up with Joe Butler, Jerry Yester and Jim Yester to resume the Lovin' Spoonful's concert touring.[1]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 *Steve Boone official website
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