Stephen Ashbrook

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Stephen Ashbrook
Genres Alternative rock, Acoustic rock
Occupations Musician, Songwriter
Instruments Vocals, guitar
Years active 1993–present

Stephen Ashbrook (born December 31, 1969 in Portland, Oregon)[1] is a Portland-based singer songwriter. Ashbrook rose to fame in the mid-1990s in his home state of Arizona, riding the wave of the Tempe music scene while performing with his band Satellite. Many bands, including the Gin Blossoms, The Refreshments and Dead Hot Workshop, found success with this guitar-driven rock music. Ashbrook has toured with Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers, among others.

Discography[edit]

Year Title
1993 About Last Night About Last Night (1993) is the first album by Stephen Ashbrook. Originally released as a cassette EP in 1993, it was later re-released on CD.

Track listing

  1. "About Last Night" – 4:37
  2. "Again" - 4:04
  3. "Affection" - 3:51
  4. "Perry Avenue" - 3:18
  5. "10,000 Henchmen" - 4:15
  6. "I'm On Fire" - 5:02
  7. "All I Ever Wanted" - 4:40
1995 Satellite Satellite is the first full-length and second studio album by Stephen Ashbrook. The album was recorded with his band Satellite.

Track listing

  1. "I Don't Mind" - 3:13
  2. "About Last Night" - 4:27
  3. "Sometimes Just One Time" - 3:31
  4. "Watch You Through Your Window" - 4:57
  5. "10,000 Henchmen" - 5:03
  6. "Right On Time" - 3:48
  7. "E" - 4:58
  8. "I Know I'm Right" - 5:39
  9. "Lullaby" - 3:30
1998 Navigator Navigator is the first solo album and third studio album by Stephen Ashbrook. The critically acclaimed album is recorded strictly with acoustic guitar, harmonica, and vocals, and includes the singer's favorite song Summer of '76.

Track listing

  1. "Summer of '76" - 4:36
  2. "I'd Sure Like That A Lot" - 2:46
  3. "I Swear" - 4:53
  4. "All Time Low" - 3:45
  5. "One Good Man" - 3:28
  6. "Mama Rings The Bell" - 3:14
  7. "15 Dollars" - 1:39
  8. "Page" - 3:03
  9. "Kansas City" - 3:31
  10. "Clove Cigarette" - 3:46
  11. "Venus" - 4:06
  12. "So The King Might Ride Again" - 4:15
2001 Drive Drive is the fourth studio album by Stephen Ashbrook.

Track listing

  1. "Drive" - 5:25
  2. "Na Na Na" - 2:22
  3. "High" - 3:30
  4. "All Time Low" - 4:24
  5. "Some of the Things" - 5:31
  6. "Venus" - 5:02
  7. "Just Slow Down" - 2:43
  8. "Another Boring Day" - 4:31
  9. "A Man For All Seasons" - 3:08
  10. "Fastest Car" - 5:57
2002 American B-Sides American B-Sides is the fifth studio album by Stephen Ashbrook.

Track listing

  1. "Rock-n-Roll" - 4:36
  2. "Scotch And A Handgun" - 3:27
  3. "The Hard Part" - 4:05
  4. "I Feel Good" - 3:53
  5. "Good Friend" - 2:32
  6. "Carolina" - 4:26
  7. "A La De Da" - 2:59
  8. "Fancy That" - 2:42
  9. "Better Than Anything" - 3:49
  10. "Houston" - 5:11
  11. "Railroaded" - 3:08
2004 Double Live @ Long Wong's Double Live @ Long Wong's is the first live album by Stephen Ashbrook.

Track listing

Disc 1

  1. "Intro by James Swafford"
  2. "Scotch And A Handgun"
  3. "The Hard Part"
  4. "Better Than Anything"
  5. "Some Of The Things"
  6. "Kansas City"
  7. "All Time Low"
  8. "Clove Cigarette"
  9. "Good Friend"
  10. "Always Coming Down To This"
  11. "I'd Sure Like That A Lot"
  12. "Page"
  13. "Sweet Alibi"
  14. "Beauty of Our Bodies"
  15. "Carolina"
  16. "E"
  17. "So The King Might Ride Again"

Disc 2

  1. "Watch You Through Your Window"
  2. "A La De Da"
  3. "White Flag"
  4. "I Feel Good"
  5. "Lullaby"
  6. "Houston"
  7. "Rock-n-Roll"
  8. "Fastest Car"
  9. "You Were Wrong"
  10. "I Don't Mind"
  11. "About Last Night"
  12. "Summer of '76"
2008 White Balloons White Balloons is Stephen Ashbrook's sixth studio album, and first since 2002's American B-Sides.

Track listing

  1. "Carelessly" - 4:01
  2. "Geronimo" - 3:45
  3. "BarStar" - 3:40
  4. "White Balloons" - 4:20
  5. "Good Life" - 3:36
  6. "You Are Here" - 3:55
  7. "Shame" - 3:49
  8. "Try (Try To Fall In Love)" - 3:18
  9. "21 Young" - 3:35
  10. "First Time" - 3:05
  11. "Mile Marker 45" - 3:33

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Stephen Ashbrook Biography". AOL Music Canada. Retrieved December 13, 2011.