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To our faithful listeners,

We've decided to formally shutdown thesixtyone.com -- our servers will go offline at midnight, May 1st 2017.

Artist tipping and music purchases will be functional until then, so please spend any remaining credits by month's end. 
A final payment will be made to artists following the shutdown.

thesixtyone was our baby for most of our twenties. We're incredibly sorry we weren't able to keep things going in the 
right direction.


Thank you for being a part of it.


James Miao & Samuel Hsiung


alternative and rock     292 listeners


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RE: Playing with other things; Simon is now performing with a new band London To Tokyo.

Pop by and check it out.
posted 8 years ago
About Steadman
Following years of critical acclaim, including the now legendry endorsement by Sir Paul McCartney, and yet being failed by the morally bankrupt record industry (but that’s another story) Steadman is currently on an extended vacation while we lick our wounds and play with some other things.

The band Steadman have the songs, the musicianship, the energy and the enthusiasm to blow the top off any club, or arena, and, if given a listen, have that rare quality - the ability to deliver! I like this band!!

Paul McCartney, April 2003

Steadman are:
Simon Steadman - New band London To Tokyo.
Russel Field
David Walton
James Board
Chris Murphy

We have played shows with: Jason Mraz, Jet, Ash, Ian McCulloch, Feeder, Michelle, Branch, Stereolab, Junior Senior, Year of the Rabbit, Josh Kelley and Michael Tolcher; among others

We’ve appeared on: The Late Show with Craig Kilborn, The Sharon Osbourne Show, American Dreams (As the Dave Clark Five), Smallville, Charmed, Las Vegas, Judging Amy and Black...

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cdysthe (level 25) wrote:
Funny how a "Wave Goodbye" feels like a "Welcome Home". I really like this song!
7 years ago
Floweringsoul (level 24) wrote:
So are you going to post some stuff from your new band on here?
8 years ago
zirconet (level 36) wrote:
very great music... genius!
bye from Italy
8 years ago
katthryn (level 35) wrote:
I really like your music!
8 years ago
Remi Stevens and the Gang of Thieves wrote:
very cool, really like the guitars
8 years ago
mhutch14 (level 27) wrote:
Thanks so much for making your music available on t61. I have 'Steadman' and 'Loser Friendly' but it's still a treat to hear your tunes mixed in on my t61 radio. And now a cover of a Alone Again Or. . . my day just got better.
8 years ago
timyjl (level 40) wrote:
I was just thinking the other day that It would be cool to see you guys here.
And much to my surprise here you are. Cool beans.
8 years ago
Steadman wrote:
Thank's to everyone who got us to the homepage with "Wave Goodbye"

Love and Peace
8 years ago
mwalex (level 15) wrote:
Welcome and thanks for the excellent music!!
8 years ago
TheSizzle (level 24) wrote:
Hey, I have you guys's CD! I love it. Keep up the splendid work.
8 years ago
bummpy (level 39) wrote:
Welcome to t61 !!!!!
Lovin' the music :)
8 years ago
BadgerBoy (level 42) wrote:
Welcome to t61.
Often heard advice is to only to stick up a couple of tracks to begin with, to gain listeners and bumps, before uploading more. Once they've found an audience, and one or two have found their way to the frontpage, add one or two more. That way the tracks don't compete with each other. Also, don't delete any!!!
It's great to have you finally here \,,/(^_^)\,,/
8 years ago