"Steve Kercher's voice skips through with ease and finesse. Even more impressive are his actual songs." - Performer Magazine
John Lennon Songwriting Contest Finalist
Singer-songwriter and performer, Steve Kercher, began performing professionally in middle school with friends from his neighborhood in Clifton Park, NY. The band played mostly cover songs at school events and parties. While in college - including four years at the Berklee College of Music - Kercher performed professionally as a solo artist and formed the Steve Kercher Band with other professional musicians in the area. The band performed at local fairs, schools, and coffee houses, and later once opened for the still touring, legendary Rock band, KANSAS. Around the same time, the band toured the country of Turkey twice.
In 2007 Kercher recorded the single, The Friend of Africa with co-producer Marty Walsh, former guitarist for Supertramp. The recording features The African Children's Choir, legendary bassist, Abraham Laboriel, and drummer JR Robinson (Micheal Jackson, Quincy Jones).
In April of 2017, Kercher released the album, Maiden Voyage. The recording features performances by critically acclaimed fiddle and mandolin player, Jake Armerding.