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Steve Raegele

Steve Raegele is a Montreal guitarist and composer. His debut CD as a leader is entitled “Last Century” on the Songlines label. It features drummer Thom Gossage and bassist Miles Perkin as they interpret 11 Raegele compositions that straddle the lines between improvisation and organized sound. Steve has studied with Rod Ellias and Justin Haynes as well as with faculty at the Banff Centre for the Arts. (Dave Douglas, Ari Hoenig, Joe Lovano, Tony Malaby) He has performed with Thom Gossage, Drew Gress, Frank Lozano, Lori Freedman, Jean Derome, Isaiah Ceccarelli, Remi Bolduc and others.

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PWE/Electric (Amps and Guitars) www.pweamplification.com


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Don't You Worry 'Bout...

Barbette Records
2019

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Because I Loved

Self Produced
2018

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Last Century

Songlines Recordings
2011

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Last Century

Songlines Recordings
2010

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The Moon is Made of Gold

From: Because I Loved
By Steve Raegele

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