Steve Ewing

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Steve Ewing is the lead singer of the St. Louis, Missouri-based band The Urge. Ewing made eight records with the band, and they toured for over a decade with heavyweights such as 311, Korn, and Incubus. Their three major label records on Immortal/Epic and Immortal/Virgin Records sold nearly one million copies worldwide. In 1998, Steve Ewing and The Urge scored a Billboard Top Ten hit, "Jump Right In" from their album Master of Styles. He now does solo work with The Steve Ewing Band and acoustic shows with his guitarist Trent Reed.

A documentary film about his life and career called Substance & Sound is currently[when?] being filmed, produced, and directed by Doo-Wop Productions LLC, a video production house out of St. Louis, Mo.[1]

Ewing is the owner and operator of Steve's Sausages, located within the limits of Scott AFB, IL, and owned Steve's Hot Dogs, in the Tower Grove neighborhood, on the Hill, and inside The Pageant concert venue, in St. Louis. Steve's Hot Dogs closed in 2020, but reopened in late February 2020.[1][2]


  1. ^ "S T E V E E W I N G". Retrieved 2013-11-03.
  2. ^ "St. Louis said goodbye to a food treasure last night". Retrieved 2020-02-06.

External links[edit]

Official website