Steven McClintock

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Steven McClintock
Birth name Steven Michael McClintock
Also known as Steve McClintock, Steven McClintock
Born (1953-10-09) October 9, 1953 (age 61)
Genres Pop music, rock music, folk music, Americana, country music, vocal, jazz
Occupation(s) songwriter/producer/publisher/singer
Instruments guitar, bass guitar, piano, french horn
Years active 1975 - current
Labels 37 Records
Associated acts Mindwalk, Tumbleweed, Cris Barber, Judy Akin, Fertitta and McClintock, Cathy-Anne McClintock, Haley Breedlove, Red Spiral, All That Matters, Shiny Toy Guns, PC Quest, Tiffany, Andy Williams, Steven McClintock, Tom Templeman, Don McClintock

Steven McClintock is a singer, songwriter, and a music producer. He has written many top 40 hit songs. He has been a part of the music group Fertitta & McClintock (with David Fertitta) since the mid-1970s (they won the "Overall Grand Prize" and "Best Group/Duo" at the International Acoustic Music Awards). He also has done solo work like the song "Maybe Love" on the Jetsons: The Movie soundtrack, as well as "Edge of a Dream", the soundtrack to the movie Space Mutiny, which was memorably lambasted by the cast of Mystery Science Theatre 3000, the song was likewise mocked when it appears in the closing credits, with the 'bots (Tom Servo and Crow T. Robot) "singing along" using lyrics from other tracks. In January 2009, the track was finally released commercially through McClintock's official Myspace website.

He co-writes with Tim James and has started a company together called McJames Music Inc. Mr. McClintock has recorded two solo albums, and he won a BMI Songwriter Award for Tiffany's Billboard Hot 100 #6 hit "All This Time".

He is currently managing Shiny Toy Guns, and recording songs for his next solo album.

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