My Friend Steve

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My Friend Steve was a band hailing from Orlando, Florida fronted by vocalist Steven Foxbury (aka Steve Burry). They have earned comparisons to Counting Crows.[1] "Charmed" was their only single which charted, released on their 1998 album Hope & Wait on Mammoth Records. The single appeared on Billboard's 1999 Modern Rock Chart, peaking at number 38.[2] The song also reached the Adult Top 40 charts, peaking at #30.[3] The music video for "Charmed" featured actress Selma Blair, as the song was the theme for Zoe, Duncan, Jack and Jane in which she starred. That same year, the band released a live performance version of its song "All in All" on the charity album Live in the X Lounge II.

In 2001, the band released the song "Smash Baby" on the Axis Magazine compilation of that year.

The band consisted of Steven Burry on vocals, Eric Steinberg, Dave McMahon, Pat Koch, and drummer Eric Gardner.


Hope & Wait[edit]

Released October 6, 1998.

  1. The Schooling
  2. Charmed
  3. Day Begun
  4. All in All
  5. Arnie
  6. Better Left Behind
  7. Newest Superhero
  8. Lessening Mercies
  9. Always the Way
  10. Backwards And Sideways
  11. Chandeliers
  12. Carflips


  1. ^ Allmusic album review [1] Accessed January 9, 2013.
  2. ^ Billboard Magazine, My Friend Steve Chart History [2] Accessed August 25, 2006.
  3. ^ Charts [3] Allmusic

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