Rick Steff

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Rick Steff is a Memphis keyboard artist who has recorded with bands such as Lucero, Cat Power, Dexy's Midnight Runners, and Hank Williams Jr.. Rick's father is Dick Steff, a trumpet player who appeared on many songs with Elvis Presley. After beginning his career playing with a variety of Memphis musicians, in the 1980s Steff recorded as the organist for Dexy's Midnight Runners.[1] After returning to America, Rick spent many years touring with Hank Williams Jr. until 1994. He played on the Grammy Award nominated James Blood Ulmer album, Memphis Blood, in 2001. In 2006, he served as musical director for Cat Power's The Greatest Tour.

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