Steve Harwood Releases New Single - 'Shadowland'
Check Out Steve Harwood's New Rock Single, "Shadowland," Inspiring Hope Through Dark Times
Shadowland is a moving, inspirational rock ballad. The melodic song addresses the experience of dark times and leaving the "shadowland" behind you while getting out from under the command of those dark times. The song describes seeing a path through the dark and living the life you want to live. Themes include hope, freedom, and letting go.
Steve Harwood was listed in the United States Marine Corps from 2003-2007 and served our country with honor. "Shadowland" is a song that comes from the heart. Anyone who has experienced heartache and trauma can relate to it's message of hope and renewal.
"Shadowland" will inspire you to move forward and keep rising.
"Say goodbye to shadowland" - Steve Harwood
"Shadowland" was recorded on December 6th, 2019 at Amplified Wax Recording Studio in Spokane, WA. It was co-produced by Jimmy Hill, Robert Jay, Trevor Lane and Steve Harwood. Casey Marotta was the session drummer and Barry Starkey recorded guitar and bass.
"Shadowland" Is On Rotation on National Indie Radio
"Shadowland" is currently in rotation on National Indie Radio (WNIR). National Indie Radio (WNIR) boasts the best independent artists from around the world and is heard in the US, Australia, Europe, Japan and more. The song is receiving airplay on two shows: Refugees of Rock and Roots & Wings. To hear Steve's song, you can tune-in to Refugees of Rock from 9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. or you can tune-in to Roots & Wings from 7:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. or 4:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. All times are in Eastern Standard Time, EST. National Indie Radio is available online at www.wnir-radio.com or you can get free downloads under WNIR on iTunes or Android and listen on your phone.
About Steve Harwood
Steve was born in Anchorage, AK. His family moved to Woodinville, WA shortly thereafter, then to Kirkland, WA, where he lived with his family until he enlisted in the United States Marine Corps in 2003.
Growing up, Steve enjoyed playing sports and hanging out with friends. He was honorably discharged from the military in June 2007 after three tours in Iraq, and went on to work various odd jobs until being hired as a correctional officer in February of 2008.
While working at Monroe Correctional Complex, Steve earned his Bachelor’s degree in law & justice from Central Washington University. The grueling nature of being a prison worker took its’ toll, so he left the Department of Corrections to become a realtor in 2013.
Musically, Steve’s biggest creative influences are rap artists such as The Notorious B.I.G., Tupac and Eminem. This is due to his lifelong fascination with words and their infinite elaborations and uses, something Steve practiced throughout his life unwittingly through trash talking and cracking jokes with friends. From a songwriting and vocal perspective, Steve idolizes Bob Dylan, Tracy Chapman, Neil Young, Tom Petty, Eric Clapton, Chris Stapleton, Pink and Adele, irrespective to that order.
Steve makes every effort to remain open and vulnerable while writing his songs, arguably the most challenging part of the process. He draws on his vast and unique life experience to tell relatable stories that he hopes listeners will enjoy for years to come.
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