Randy Steffen is an Americana style singer and songwriter. He is based in Bellevue, Kentucky. From the room in which he writes he can see, through the fog and on, the Cincinnati, Ohio skyline.
He is embarking on a solo career, releasing an album with songs written by him and meant to pay homage to other American singer/songwriters, such as John Prine, James Taylor, and Jim Croche.
Randy was born and raised in the hills of southern Campbell County near Alexandria, Kentucky. It is here where he began writing songs at an early age, attempting to craft music in the likes of his childhood hero, Garth Brooks. After college Randy spent a few years in Nashville, TN learning the craft of writing a good song by taking songwriting courses at Vanderbilt University as well as hanging out and writing with other writers in town. He moved back to Northern Kentucky and started a band with his high school buddies, a rock and roll group called "The Sleepin' Dogs." The group put out two full length albums. Randy now performs and co-writes for a Cincinnati-based band called, "Wilder."