Twitter | Search | |
Steve Prentice - Guitarist
Guitarist-vocalist with 70's soft rock cover band (website ) and as a solo singer/guitarist.
632
Tweets
531
Following
164
Followers
Tweets
Steve Prentice - Guitarist 4h
Replying to @GuitarWorld
I have always been a fan of using a power supply but my suggestion: measure the space available on your pedalboard before buying. The 110V power plug, plus the cords that run from the supply to the pedals will each need an inch of space front & back.
Reply Retweet Like
Steve Prentice - Guitarist Oct 27
Replying to @MusicMarketingA
I watch the Ode to Joy flashmob. I love to watch the audience becoming one with the music, and the passion of the performance, to me, is truly uplifting:
Reply Retweet Like
Steve Prentice - Guitarist Oct 26
Happy Birthday Bootsy Collins!
Reply Retweet Like
Steve Prentice - Guitarist Oct 23
It's amazing how top guitarists, with access to as many guitars as they wish, still fall in love with that special one. But what happens when it gets stolen? My blog on 's Black Beauty, Myles Goodwin's Melody Maker & 's Lucy:
Reply Retweet Like
Steve Prentice - Guitarist Oct 23
Replying to @peeweeherman
I want the scene where you fall off your land speeder bike and say "I meant to do that."
Reply Retweet Like
Steve Prentice - Guitarist Oct 23
In-ear monitors (IEMs) take some getting used to. Some love the mix, others feel “cut off.” I think they’re fantastic. I just wish I had some place to use them right now. Here’s my blog on IEMs. Please let me know what you think:
Reply Retweet Like
Steve Prentice - Guitarist Oct 21
Replying to @SoniaDmusic
Bagpipes. Just because they're bagpipes. :)
Reply Retweet Like
Steve Prentice - Guitarist Oct 21
Replying to @Chungulation
According to my significant other, I keep them in the washing machine.
Reply Retweet Like
Steve Prentice - Guitarist Oct 19
One of my favourite music autobiographies is by Paul Shaffer, pianist and leader of David Letterman's band. His book is called "We'll Be Here for the Rest of Our Lives." Some great stories in there. My blog/review is here:
Reply Retweet Like
Steve Prentice - Guitarist Oct 19
Replying to @ThatEricAlper
Did any members get kicked out of the band for parting their hair on the left or the right?
Reply Retweet Like
Steve Prentice - Guitarist Oct 18
When you watch a commercial for an awards show and say "I have no idea who any of those people are."
Reply Retweet Like
Steve Prentice - Guitarist Oct 18
Replying to @ThatEricAlper
Al Stewart
Reply Retweet Like
Steve Prentice - Guitarist Oct 18
As a side comment (if I may), since you're all sound wizards, you might be interested in a YouTube video based on home videos shot by Phil Collins in 1983 - Genesis writing & recording Mama, back when 2" tape was king. It's a great fly-on-the-wall feeling.
Reply Retweet Like
Steve Prentice - Guitarist Oct 18
Are you thinking of joining a band but are waiting until the lockdown/pandemic thing is over? Don't wait! There's lots you can do right now to find a band and see the chemistry works. Check out my blog post at
Reply Retweet Like
Steve Prentice - Guitarist retweeted
The Music Marketing Academy Oct 17
Happy Saturday everyone! Let's help out below 5000 followers! If that's you, leave a comment and we'll follow you. Please like and retweet to spread the word! 👇👇👇
Reply Retweet Like
Steve Prentice - Guitarist Oct 17
Replying to @MusicMarketingA
Hi. I'm just happy to meet other musicians. I have retweeted.
Reply Retweet Like
Steve Prentice - Guitarist Oct 17
Even though bands can't rehearse during lockdown, there's a lot more they can do to get ready and progress as a band online. Check out my blog post at
Reply Retweet Like
Steve Prentice - Guitarist Oct 17
Hey, - wondering if you could interview Ray Cooper. I'm sure he has some stories to tell.
Reply Retweet Like
Steve Prentice - Guitarist Oct 16
Are you thinking about joining a band, but you feel now is a bad time due to the pandemic? Don’t! There’s a lot that can be done for a band right now, including chemistry. My post:
Reply Retweet Like
Steve Prentice - Guitarist Oct 14
The podcast is a fabulous series for anyone who loves hearing about the rock music business from real insiders. The Bob Geldof episode is fascinating, especially for anyone who was actually around for the first one in 1985. Bob has lost none of his eloquent anger!
Reply Retweet Like