[hand] [face]
The Original Deep Purple Web Pages
The Highway Star


Too country for classical

Steve Morse has recently appeared on The ProgCast. Once again, it is one of those long form video chats that became popular recently due to the pandemic. It’ll be worth your time to set aside at least an hour to go through it. Caveat: the conversation mostly revolves around Dixie Dregs and the early days […]

Read more »

Put everything on six

Steve Morse and Dregs’ bassist Andy West show their 2024 stage setups and talk about the gear. From picks to speaker cabinets, and everything in between — it’s all here.

Read more »

And don’t touch anything else!

Andy Wood talks about meeting Steve Morse and jamming with him at the Dixie Dregs gig in Nashville, TN, on April 18, 2024.

Read more »

Live from the tractor

Steve Morse has appeared on the Stalwarts Of Music podcast. From inside his tractor in Florida, no less. The Bandland festival is mentioned as “happened last month”, so the interview must have taken place some time in January 2024. It’s a long chat, with lots of hay overturned, and Steve’s tenure in Purple discussed in […]

Read more »

A high school reunion that never was

A short and sweet interview with Steve Morse in Ultimate Guitar. How did the reunion with Dixie Dregs come about? We’ve always talked about doing it. We did a 40-year reunion and I thought that every 40 years we can do another one…but then somebody pointed out my math as being a little optimistic – […]

Read more »

Live music is a healing force

Steve Morse appeared on the Sea of Tranquility podcast talking about the upcoming Dixie Dregs / Steve Morse Band tour, history of Dixie Dregs, prospects for making new music, leaving Deep Purple, Jerry Goodman, possibilities of collaboration with John McLaughlin, and cool new guitar gadgets.

Read more »

No name guy called Jordan

Steve Morse spoke to Indie Power TV promoting the upcoming Dixie Dregs / Steve Morse Band tour, and speaking about the prospects of new music from Dixie Dregs.

Read more »

Nine hectic days

Louder Sound has republished a contemporary feature on the first Flying Colors album, released in 2012. It originally appeared in the Prog magazine from the Classic Rock stable, and was based on the input from all five members of the band. What’s gone almost unknown until now is that Kerry Livgren almost became a member […]

Read more »

In memory of Janine Morse

Steve Morse writes in his website: Yesterday, February 4, at 2:40pm, I said my last goodbye to my beloved wife, Janine. We had been in a period of remission which lasted not nearly long enough. But luckily, I was able to spend virtually every day with her as she found workarounds to get through some […]

Read more »

Wayward son carries on

Steve Morse made a surprise guest appearance at the Kansas gigs in Clearwater, Florida, on January 19 and 20, 2024.

Read more »

||||Unauthorized copying, while sometimes necessary, is never as good as the real thing
© 1993-2024 The Highway Star and contributors
Posts, Calendar and Comments RSS feeds for The Highway Star