Steven Curtis is a singer/songwriter, guitarist, and looper. Within 8 years of playing he's now working with a grammy winning producer to make his first album releasing soon. Steven has reached over a couple of million video views on Facebook for live performances and has taken voice lessons from Jordan McClellan for several months. More information about Steven can be found here: youtube.com/stevencurtismusic or facebook.com/stevencurtismusic.
Growing up, Ty never sang or learned to play any instruments. In college, however, he discovered a passion for music history and graduated from University of Washington in 2013 with a minor in music. Soon after graduating, he decided he also wanted to make music himself and began taking singing lessons with Jordan. After working with Jordan for a year singing mostly musical theater songs, he decided he also wanted to accompany himself and write his own music. On Jordan’s recommendation, he signed up for piano lessons with her former teacher, Michael White, and began learning the fundamentals of jazz and classical piano. In his free time, he began teaching himself guitar and ukulele as well. Songwriting soon became an obsession, and at the beginning of 2016, he set a personal goal to finish one hundred songs by the end of the year (a daunting task which he finished with three hours to spare). Ty decided to start working on a demo tape that year as well. Using a single all-purpose microphone and his laptop, he recorded a small collection of his songs in his bedroom and released them on the internet. He is currently in the process of professionally recording a debut EP produced by Larson Haakenstad, of the Seattle band Headwaves. Ty writes and records under the name Melting Ruby Hearts. His music is inspired by classic pop songwriters like Billy Joel, Joni Mitchell, and Carole Kings, as well as contemporary indie artists like Waxahatchee, Courtney Barnett, and Frank Turner. Find out more about Ty's music here: https://soundcloud.com/meltingrubyhearts or https://meltingrubyhearts.bandcamp.com/