Steve Mulvaney / Rick Gilroy / Paul Gilroy
lead guitar,acoustic guitar,vocals
Steve taught himself guitar at the early age of 9 years old and developed his own unique style and technique." i have been blessed to share projects with bands like Drezdon Blacque, the John Ivan Band, Distant Star and STEEL" steve has accomplished what most musicians dream of........sharing the stage with pat travers,Marshall tuckerband, orleans and firehouse. In 2011-2012 producer giampiero turco invited steve to rome italy to work with "live aid"and the italian rock band " the clockers." upon returning home steve recorded some tracks on the"Live aid american blues" album on inyl. http://m.liveaid.it/1/live_aid_1015659.html ,AFTER A SHORT BREAK STEVE AND RICK GILROY REFORMED "STEEL" WITH pAUL Gilroy
Paul comes from a family of musicians. His father managed an orchestra during the big band era and during the 60's, managed the popular area nightclub band " The Mark IV", of which Paul's two older brothers were members. When his brother was drafted, Paul inherited his first drum set and took his brother’s place in the band. He joined Harvest in 1975, just in time to record the group's single," Your the only light on my Horizon now" on Private Stock records, Paul is also an amateur artist, and computer-graphics hobbyist and has designed and drawn the posters and logos used for PROMOTING BANDS in the Hudson valley area. he joined the John Ivan band in the late nineties that went on to become the band "Steel", which put out a CD around the year 2000 titled Time for leaving.
bass, acoustic guitar, vocals
A self-taught guitarist, Rick learned to play guitar at a fairly young age. His father was the manager of his older brothers’ band The Mark iv which rehearsed in the family living room. during rehearsal breaks Rick would pickup their instruments and play what the band had just rehearsed. Rick is also a self taught recording engineer and worked at jam session studios as a sound/recording tech. rick played Bass guitar in a number of bands in the 70's and 80'S, sharing the stage with pat travers, the Marshall tucker band, orleans and firehouse. he joined the John Ivan band in the late nineties, which eventually went on to become the band "Steel", which put out a CD around the year 2000 title Time for leaving.