Train Don’t Run – New Video from Steve Louw

The official video for “Train Don’t Run”, created by Jacqui van Staden. From the album “Headlight Dreams“, released 7 May 2021. … my favourite track on this album is the almost proggish “Train Don’t Run”. Clocking in at seven and half minutes this is an epic tune that you hope never finishes. There is aContinue reading “Train Don’t Run – New Video from Steve Louw”

Wind In Your Hair Tops South African Chart

MONDAY 20 SEPTEMBER, 2021 1    (2)    STEVE LOUW FEAT. JOE BONAMASSA – WIND IN YOUR HAIR2    (3)    BILLY INGLISH – TIME TRAVEL3    (1)    KENNY HUGHES – RUN ALONG4    (6)    STEVE UMCULO – YOUR EYES THROUGH MINE5    (7)    IMAGE AND NATION – RIVERS AND DREAMS6    (8)    CECE VEE – WILD HEARTS7Continue reading “Wind In Your Hair Tops South African Chart”

New Video To Be Launched 24 September 2021

My grandfather was a railroadman and in the 1930s my father rode trains looking for work. To me, trains symbolise our attempts to bend nature to our will – and we’re seeing that trying to do that will never work. Silence will always return to the plains, the wind will blow, tracks will crumble andContinue reading “New Video To Be Launched 24 September 2021”

New Video: Get Out Of My Heart by Steve Louw, released 30 July 2021

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Illuminating Headlight Dreams

by Brian Currin, June 2021, originally appeared on SugarMan.org Back in early April 2021, I read a press release announcing a new album coming from Steve Louw and it included the video of a song called “Crazy River”. I loved the big open spaces this song evoked (and enhanced by the video) and the subtleContinue reading “Illuminating Headlight Dreams”

Review: Steve Louw – Headlight Dreams

By Kerneels Breytenbach (read original review in Afrikaans) Old rockers never really retire; in fact if there’s still a flame burning in them they get better and better as the years go by. Steve Louw is such a rocker, and his new album, Headlight Dreams, is note-for-note proof.  In each of the guises we’ve comeContinue reading “Review: Steve Louw – Headlight Dreams”