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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

Steve Hefter and Friends of Friends

alternative and folk     429 listeners


1. kemcfeely
2. karina
3. ImOnlyS...
4. lankysob
5. Snypod


1. tyabble...
9999 pts
2. Tmacc
2100 pts
3. geetarg...
1000 pts
4. ImOnlyS...
1000 pts
5. satchmoj
1000 pts


1. weronika
2. PaulRut...
3. madcat8
4. PiPsiPhi
5. yardbird
Come see Steve Hefter this summer on his cross-country tour! Check out the dates at http://www.myspace.com/heftonus to see if he's stopping by your home town.
posted 7 years ago
Our good pal Frenemies is now on thesixtyone.com. Go check it out!

Twist and Hold 'Til Morning is now available on Amazon.com (and only $8.99 for MP3 download)! Reviews on Amazon (positive or negative) are hugely appreciated.

You can now find us on Pandora
posted 8 years ago
Hefter has been writing and performing original music in the Baltimore-Washington area for ten years, both by his lonesome and with his friends, having released three well-received albums that have sold over a thousand copies and garnered regular AAA airplay. Hefter and friends continue to win fans and audiences alike with a unique combination of compelling lyrics, memorable and pop-sensible melodies, and lush and experimental arrangements.

Buy the CD or look for us on iTunes! We were also recently accepted into Pandora Radio's collection!
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uffradio (level 14) wrote:
good chit......

cheers AND alohas
8 years ago
Timothy Bracken wrote:
yay Steve!
8 years ago
ramsey (level 12) wrote:
I really dig your music! You should join thesixtyone's contest to produce an album for the Guitar Center Music Foundation!

8 years ago
Tokyosexwhale (level 43) wrote:
Avast ye good sirs! Thanks for the great music and I agree with karina, that would make a sweet shirt.
9 years ago
karina (level 17) wrote:
apocalypse. good upload choice!
9 years ago
Jay Levon wrote:
I love the song dry..................J
9 years ago
karina (level 17) wrote:

that would make a great tshirt.

also, i wouldn't dare suggest what song you should post next, they are all great listens.
9 years ago
karina (level 17) wrote:
bought that second album. I can't get enough of your music. do you have any merch available?
9 years ago
Snypod (level 40) wrote:
I love every song up here with a passion. I see a cdbaby purchase in my future.
9 years ago
lankysob (level 41) wrote:
So, i just realized what today was...the day after you guys played...and I missed it. I'll try and catch you another time, I guess.
9 years ago
lankysob (level 41) wrote:
That place has the best pizza in the city AND you're playing? I'll see what I can do about getting some folks together for the show. Thanks for the heads up!
9 years ago
lankysob (level 41) wrote:
Do you ever play the 8x10/Fletchers/Ottobar or any other place in Bmore anytime soon? I live a few blocks from 8x10, and I'd definitely come to a show if you guys ever do...
9 years ago
neraulia (level 15) wrote:
bought this from cdbaby, love it :)
9 years ago
karina (level 17) wrote:
I can't get "Why a lawyer" out of my head. i got your album (through itunes because amazonMP3 won't work for Canadians) and it is a great listen.
9 years ago
karina (level 17) wrote:
love this music. keep it coming
9 years ago
Scarlett (level 10) wrote:
Wow... !
9 years ago