Happy New Year!

Our 1st show of 2016 is gonna be a good ‘un…



The Steve Conte NYC Band: SC – vocals/guitar, John Conte – bass, Phil Stewart – drums

Supporting Richard Lloyd, founding member/guitarist of Television


At Bowery Electric – Saturday, January 16th

Steve Conte NYC @ 8:00 PM Richard Lloyd Group @ 9:15 PM

This will be some serious New York Guitar Rock y’all – don’t miss it! 


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We hope to see some of you there! And thanks again for all of your support over the past year – may your 2016 be happy, healty and prosperous…


Steve Conte

Happy Holidays Everybody!



I want to thank you all for your support of my music this year, both recorded and live…it means a lot!

I’m looking forward to releasing more new music in 2016 (I have one album ready to go…) so stay tuned to this site and my other various social media pages. Links to my Facebook, Twitter, Instagram & Soundcloud are listed on the right side of this webpage. I also have my own Youtube channel so check in there from time to time: Steve Conte Official YouTube .

See you all next year…CHEERS!



PS – Have you “LIKED” my Facebook Band Page yet? Steve Conte NYC

Steve’s Lunch/Studio Hang w/ Hero Andy Partridge Of XTC


Too much to write about this now folks but check back on this post. Needless to say, it was overwhelmingly cool to sit down with AP on a grey afternoon in Swindon, England. We listened, played, laughed, ate & talked about everything from The Kinks & Captain Beefheart to the making of my fave XTC records. Stay tuned…



Steve Helps Michael Monroe On New Album, “Blackout States” | GuitarInternational.com

“When Steve Conte writes lyrics it’s like he’s in my head and living in my world. He always amazes me with what he comes up with. Songs like “The Bastards Bash,” I had 5-7 different sets of lyrics. I wasn’t happy with any of them, so I asked Steve to help me out.  The next day he had some great ideas and we had the song. It’s great to have so many creative guys in the band who are all like-minded, as well. We are all from the same generation of music and like the same bands. I’m actually having a better time now than I’ve ever had!”


Read the whole interview here:    Michael Monroe – Blackout States is High Energy Rock n’ Roll! | GuitarInternational.com