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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.

11 Comments to “No name guy called Jordan”:

  1. 1
    Gregster says:


    Always good to hear from Steve, & thanks for posting !

    Peace !

  2. 2
    Uwe Hornung says:

    Music is therapy as they say – I’m happy to see Steve going out and playing.

    You can tell that it has hit him hard – all power to him for the healing process.

  3. 3
    Ted The Mechanic says:

    @1 & 2,

    Yes indeed on both comments….

    I anxiously await the gig in Red Bank New Jersey in The Vogel, a small intimate theater. Cannot believe it has been near 14 months since the SMB gig at The Vogel. Beauty of it includes living only a half hour away. :>

    In addition, it’s been 30 (!!) years since seeing Jordan touring as The Dreg’s keyboardist.

    And The New York Rangers last Stanley Cup win. :<


  4. 4
    MacGregor says:

    Good to see Steve Morse getting ready to play again. Keeping busy is a key to moving forward, all the best to him. Thanks for the interview. Cheers.

  5. 5
    Gregster says:


    Have a great night Ted ! I’m sure the performance will be excellent, & well worth the wait.

    Peace !

  6. 6
    Miha says:

    Steve back to Purple?

  7. 7
    Nick says:

    @6: what makes you think so?

  8. 8
    Uwe Hornung says:

    I’d prefer to see him with Flying Colors more often. It’s just more his music.

    Admittedly, I can only get that far listening to either the Dixie Dregs or SMB, instrumental music has its limits with me, I need a human voice after a while, but that is just me.

    Steve left Purple with a very strong album (Whoosh!, I’m not counting TTC) as a parting gift and his decades of service have earned him a rightful place in the Pantheon of major DP members, but after eight studio albums (TTC included) he had said pretty much everything he could in the DP format. Let’s give the Irish kid a chance.

  9. 9
    Kidpurple says:

    First heard Steve w Dixie Dreggs arond 1977.
    Saw them 78-79’ – they were awesome.
    More power to him -hope this is his therapy!
    Going to miss him in Purple!
    Have been giving the Irish guy a listen and looking forward to
    the album .He’s pretty good!

  10. 10
    MacGregor says:

    I hear you regarding all instrumental music. Although I do dig The Dregs much more than the SMB simply because there is a voice of sorts with the violin & keyboards. The SMB is much more limited & a power base formula, a little restrictive & same-ish after a while. The ‘perfect’ blend in music for me is approximately 50/50 or thereabouts. Cheers.

  11. 11
    Rock Voorne says:

    Went to check it out for the NEW JERSEY gig, my cousin might be interested.

    Then saw the price of the tickets:

    Tickets: $25 – $129.50 + fees


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