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This has been a long time coming, but I’ll get straight to it… I got a book deal!


Without giving too much away, I wrote a memoir about what it was like growing up with a parent with a disability. My mom had multiple sclerosis. She died in 2010 and I wanted to tell her story with this book, but it turned into my story, too. This has been 8 years in the making and there is a bit of a surprise ending.

I don’t know the release date yet, but it will be available by the end of August 2023. There will be a 30% discount to pre-order only through my email list. Details coming soon.

So anyway, please consider signing up for my emails and I hope you read my book.

Thank you for being a part of my journey.

The Music of My Life: Finding my way after my mother’s MS diagnosis

Big news coming soon!


This has been a long time in the works and I am very excited to be sharing it with you all. I should know more by the end of the month. I know I’ve been teasing this for a while now, but it is out of my control at this point.


In the meantime, check out my new EP, These Days Are Gone and there are also some new pics and updates on the website.

Steve McClain returns to the Mockingbird Theater @ the Factory in Franklin!


It's only a year late... nevertheless, Steve and his band will return to the Mockingbird Theater to celebrate the release of his EP "These Days Are Gone" with Joe LoCasto, Carl Shankle, Richard Eller and Titus Cody. Also, the night will feature several singers from the recent Franklin Brentwood Arts Academy showcase at the Ryman Auditorium. It's gonna be a fun night! See the show page for tickets. 

Returning to the Ryman!


On July 19, 2022, Franklin Brentwood Arts Academy students will return to the Ryman stage for the third time. This is the second time with Steve as bandleader. 

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