Steven Cade

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Steven Cade

July 30 @ 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Steven Cade is a Houston, TX born, Nashville based, award-winning modern country artist and singer/songwriter. He arrived in Nashville by way of California. Cade has carved out a significant niche as a genuine and influential voice in modern country music. He infuses contemporary pop elements into country-influenced songs, creating a unique slant on traditional country music and resonates with a wide audience due to his heartfelt energy and relatable themes.

Cade was awarded Best Modern Country Artist at the Grand Ole Opry for the Josie Music Awards and considered for over 10 Grammy nominations in country categories. Adding to his achievements Steven Cade won Best Country Christmas Pop Song for his original Christmas song “Still Find Christmas” at the Holiday Music and Film Awards hosted at the Salem Center in Jacksonville, FL and he won silver at the WAM Awards for Best Country Duet for “Shore Feels Good.” His songs have secured him a licensing deal with Universal Music/Ingrooves. Cade, winner of the Wine Country Music Award in the country category, has also achieved recognition as a semi-finalist in the Nashville Rising Song competition. These significant achievements highlight his creativity and versatility as an artist.

Cade’s music has gained extensive acclaim, featured on platforms like GAC, NBC, CMT, MTV, ESPN, FOX, ABC, and in various films and documentaries. He has drawn industry attention, leading to his membership in the Country Music Association and induction into the Academy of Country Music.

Cade’s impressive discography spans over 150 published songs reaching notable success on charts and radio. His song, “What I Really Want to Say,” debuted in the iTunes Top 100 Country Chart and held the #1 spot for four consecutive weeks on the New Country Artist Radio and the video aired on GAC and Heartland. His single “Stand” reached the Top 10 on Best Country Radio. His talent for creating enduring melodies shines through in recent releases like “Love Louder” and “Never In A Million Years.”

A seasoned performer, Cade has shared the stage with country music giants like Jason Aldean, Eric Church, Keith Urban, and Darius Rucker, and sang the national anthem at major events including for the San Diego Padres, the Power Brokers NHRA, and other significant sporting occasions. His performances at iconic Nashville venues such as The Blue Bird and The Listening Room, and major events like CMA Fest, NASCAR, and Country Thunder, highlight his dynamic stage presence. Internationally, Cade has toured over eight countries, including Canada, Mexico, Sweden, Ireland, England, Germany, and Italy, showcasing his universal appeal and ability to connect with diverse audiences.

Extending his impact beyond personal performances, Cade’s songwriting has made a significant mark in the industry. He has over 11 cuts for emerging artists and collaborated with esteemed writers such as Liz Hengber and Byron Hill. His songs are on playlists alongside Morgan Wallen and Blake Shelton. He earned first-place in the Country category of the Durango Songwriters Expo for “Sum of Two Hearts.” A four-time San Diego Music Award winner, Steven Cade’s career is not only a musical journey but also an inspiring story of passion, creativity, and philanthropy.

Steven’s early career was notably influenced by his first manager, Floyd Rose. Rose, renowned for inventing the locking neck tremolo system, played a pivotal role in shaping the music industry with his innovative contributions. His expertise and connections were instrumental in securing Cade’s first distribution deal with Atlantic Records, marking a significant milestone in his musical journey.

In recognition of his contributions to music and philanthropy, Steven Cade was inducted into the California Music Hall of Fame alongside luminaries like LeAnn Rimes, William Shatner, and Ritchie Valens. Additionally, he was invited on the Mike Huckabee show to be honored as one of Huck’s Heroes for his philanthropic work with the Giving Guitars Foundation. Established in 16 states, the foundation has involved visits to over 100 shelters, with over 150 guitar donations and raising more than $250,000 for charities.


July 30
5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
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