Meet the Mountain Saddle Band

Stephen Harrington was our guest on "Around the Barn"
Saturday, April 27, 2013
KHTS 1220 AM www.hometownstation.com
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Trail dust, creaking saddles, fire red sunsets, campfires, the smell of worn leather, horses, and star filled nights are just a few of the things you will think of when you hear Mountain Saddle Band. 
Their sound will recall the days of the “Old West” in your heart. 

A unique blend of mostly old, some new, cowboy music, gospel music and cowboy poetry with a cowboy touch that will have you swayin’ in the saddle and yearin’ for more.”

Steve Harrington (R): A singer, song writer, has been involved with music his entire life.  He formed and played in many bands and ensembles beginning in his early teen years.  Although he has played and sung many genres and styles, his heart is in the Western/Cowboy music and the cowboy way of life. 

From senior pastor and music minister to full time cowboy, Steve brings a wide range of experiences to his music and writing.  He has written a number of songs for the band and other artists. 

He is the founder and lead singer/guitarist for Mountain Saddle Band.  Steve formed the band when he started a ministry for cowboys back in 2001 called “Old West Chapel.”   Steve and his wife Annee reside in the cowboy country of the White Mountains near Show Low, Arizona.

Steve Taylor (L): Growing up in Illinois, Steve found that singing and drawing got him a lot of attention and his parents always encouraged him.  He attended Trinity Bible College in Chicago, where he toured and recorded with the Trinity Ambassadors Quartet and now he’s “Back in the Saddle Again.” 

His love of the west, lead to his move to Arizona, where he eventually became a western artist, minister of music, song writer, poet and actor.  Steve says: “I’m thankful every day for the beauty of God’s creations and for bringing my wife JoAnn and I to the White Mountains in 1982, where the “Cowboy Way” is still a way of life and for leading me to sing and play harmonica with Mountain Saddle Band.”

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