Booking & Contact

 

Steve Poltz Booking

United States, Canada and Australia

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Fleming Artists Website
Contact- Adam Bauer
adam@flemingartists.com
(734) 995-9066 work

UK Booking

Suzanne Hunt
+44 (0) 20 8269 0352
zanhunt@me.com

 


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20 Responses to Booking & Contact

  1. Esson Alumbugu says:

    Hi Steve, i met u 2 years ago when u did d song ‘Nigeria’ on VOA. It was a lonely nyt wyl Serving in a remote area. I was lyk ‘here’s a guy serenading my home from afar, wyl we destroy it here!’ It meant alot. Wld love a copy of yo songs. Luv u Steve!

  2. Brianfizzy says:

    Can you play a show in L.A. soon?

  3. David says:

    Thanks for accepting our Crazy Water Festival gig. Your going to make the event, we are honored to have you play!

  4. Brayden says:

    Steve,
    I’ve been trying to contact you, the animated film clip to ‘Sewing Machine’ is finished. I need an address to send a dvd to.
    Brayden.

  5. mike adams says:

    Hey Rogge

    Trying to get tixs to Steve’s show on the 15 of Oct in Palm Springs We cannot get a hold of the contact. Any help would be appreciated.

    Mike

  6. Scott says:

    Hosted the Crazy Festival back home in Mineral Wells last weekend and Steve, you are the consummate professional! My wife and I both really enjoyed hearing you both days. Hope to see you again soon….U Rawk!

  7. monica says:

    would like to know when Steve will be back in San Diego County (USA) …. Thank you

  8. Ellie says:

    Hey Steve, just had a listen to your CD and loved it. I reckon you should come to Orkney (Scotland) and play a few shows in the folk festival. You would fit right in up here!

    Ellie

  9. Brock Halter says:

    Good morning Mr. Poltz,

    I have always enjoyed listening to you on DSC. Today as always, you showed a side of the passion that you have in your heart & soul for others. I have attached a letter that I wrote to my Grandfather Louis Vaughn (He will be a solid 92 in August) the night I came home from watching “Saving Private Ryan” in 1998. The words came off my fingers in less than 3 minutes onto the computer screen. I have since passed this out to each and every Veteran I have met since. Not for me, but for them. To let them know how thankful I am for what they have done. Would you do me the honor and pass this on to Mr. Nick Kimmel and any other Veterans you may know. Have a great day and thank you for your passion for have for our Veterans.

    Good morning Mr. Poltz,

    I have always enjoyed listening to you on DSC. Today as always, you showed a side of the passion that you have in your heart & soul for others. I have attached a letter that I wrote to my Grandfather Louis Vaughn (He will be a solid 92 in August) the night I came home from watching “Saving Private Ryan” in 1998. The words came off my fingers in less than 3 minutes onto the computer screen. I have since passed this out to each and every Veteran I have met since. Not for me, but for them. To let them know how thankful I am for what they have done. Would you do me the honor and pass this on to Mr. Nick Kimmel and any other Veterans you may know. Have a great day and thank you for your passion for have for our Veterans.

    Dear Veteran, Soldier, Hero:

    I was born long after the many people who died giving their lives to protect the place we call HOME. I have never known what it might take to go and give your life to protect the RED, WHITE & BLUE of AMERICA.
    I feel fortunate, that I have not had to fill those shoes. Yet at times, I feel that myself, as well as many others take for granted what thousands of Americans did to make America what it is today. Only people who have been there know what it is like to reach down and fight for each and every breath, then reach a little more. You were trained to give it 1000% every time. The word RESPECT was used hand in hand with HONOR and AMERICA.
    The older I get, the more experience and wisdom I earn. The more I mature, the more I realize what thousands have done for me, so that I, along with millions of others can feel safe and smile everyday because we live in AMERICA.
    You are the reason I am here. The part of my heart that you fill is larger than you could ever dream. This letter is to tell you how grateful I am. Only the words of THANKS, RESPECT, HONOR AND LOVE can describe what you have done for me, and so many others. You mean the world to me, but what you and thousands of veterans have done for all of us Americans, I say “THANK YOU”.

    Sincerely,

    Brock Thomas Halter
    Mesa, Arizona
    broxworx@gmail.com

  10. Kyle Hendrix says:

    my email would send so here’s to steve:

    hey Steve me and my family and my dad’s friends are gonna see you in a few hours at the ark in Ann Arbor, we’re so excited…we saw you a while back,little more than a year, back then i was gonna turn 13 a week after that. now as a 14 year old boy we are coming again, i’m the kid who made the sugar boogers video for you. my dad might have sent it to you again,not sure, but anyway i’m really excited to talk to you again.

    and P.S.i have my steve poltz shirt with the puzzle piece jumping from the puzzle and my sweet blues brothers hat.

    P.P.S.”U F’N ROCK”
    -Steve Poltz

  11. Brad says:

    Dear Steve,

    Looking forward to your Thursday 06/21 show at the Fine Line in Minneapolis! This will be my 4th or 5th concert of yours.

    Wondering if you can do me a favor and perform “Everything About You” as a dedication to my wife Jaime. It will be our 11 year anniversary Saturday, and we danced to your song at our wedding (one of our first dates was seeing you and Rusted Root open for Jewel). Thank you!

  12. Melissa Petta says:

    Steve,
    Come to Boston or South of Boston! I would love you hear you play in person :) I love your sexy voice especially when you sing Everything About You.

  13. Mike says:

    I really enjoyed your performance in Poway last night. I’m the guy in the wheelchair, who saw you before and after the show. I think I was the only one there who didn’t know who you were, and asked what band you were in. After the show I wanted to apologize, but couldn’t get the words out. Maybe it was for the best – like the joke about landing on the sun at night, my not knowing initially who you were might have made approach more natural. Thanks for your good-natured response, and for a great show.

    Mike

  14. Matt says:

    Steve!

    I’ve been meaning to contact you for a while now but life gets in the way!

    This is Matty – we met at the horseshoe shows when you opened for and played with JP on those first two nights in his five night run in December.

    I just wanted to say that I found you to be an incredibly inspirational artist and that after working in the music industry, and writing within that platform for so long, guys like you and Joel are rare gemstones in fields of wheat.

    Your honesty on stage and during your performances was captivating. I loved the part when you said ‘I’m 8 years sober because basically, I’m a total fuck up’. I felt blessed to get to know you and to film you a bit.

    If you ever have need for some free filming at a show, or to make a video, I’d love to collaborate with you.

    I mean it.

    Get in touch with me, dude.

    Talk soon, pal

    King of the whisper rock
    Matty

  15. Sandra says:

    Great to see a fellow Canadian at the screening of Running Wild. Thank God there was 3 of us there in case the crowd turned on us! Safety in numbers Eh? Sorry to miss your post screening live set. Great job on the soundtrack, truly inspirational and a great film. We were so inspired by the film that our dinner choice of red was an Argentinian Malbec with a Bucking Bronco on the label.
    Dayton is the Man!
    Looking forward to seeing you in July
    Sandra and Bob

  16. Van says:

    Hi Steve,

    are you gonna come back through the South anytime soon?

    I always enjoy your shows and your songs.

    cheers,

    Van

  17. g gary garrett says:

    hi friend where is the hot in cleveland song?

  18. Jim says:

    Hi Steve, Long time fan of you and Jewel. Get ahold of that girl and tell her not to divorce Ty. They both profess to have their son’s best interest at heart. The best thing for Kase is to have one Father and one Mother. No matter how hard they try the future is not good for Kase when his parent’s each have a new spouse. Makes me so sad.

    Thanks

  19. Sandra Odom says:

    Last night’s show was PERFECT, Mr. Steve! Next time we’ll have an even better turn out cuz now Shreveport has officially been “Poltzed”. It’ll never be the same. Thank you!

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