2019 - 2020
2018 -A Beautiful Broken Dream - A trail journal in search of the myth of America.. Steve sees all aspects of his life: psychologist, adventurer, musician, performer as an interconnected whole - each enriching the other.
. 2017 The Long Road formed. To search for the myth, moonshine and madness of the America. Release two albums in 2018: The Girl With the Rattlesnake Heart and Reliance
2007 A Little Nostalgia for Freedom Steve begins exploring the idea of the vagabond philosopher - exploring extraordinary stories of ordinary folk blenfing inthe words of Wigtown festival where he has made three appearances: "travelogue,
2010 onwards. The Moon's High Tide and Songsmith. A return to recording with two solo albums Regular solo appearances in UK and USA
.2000 - 2008. Dr Big Love. Steve joined by Christopher Lydon (The Bishop) mixing jazz, rock, folk and roots music - the original 'swampy' recipe. Released two albums.
2003 - Road to Audacity published - one of two books aimed at linking creativity and innovation into the world of work. (The other book was called Renaissance Management)
1988 - Miracle Man - first Mystery play for 500 years - sponsored by East Midlands Art and Central TV Also wrote A Christmas Thief
1986 - Community Theatre project "Earthsong" I was writer and composer.
1983 - Behind Bars released, 2nd of 3 albums in the 1980s.
Steve Bonham* is a storyteller, a published author, an inveterate traveller, for decades a songwriter, performer and musician, and an award-winning psychologist. Born in Derbyshire, England, Steve studied psychology and philosophy at university. He has recorded more than 10 albums; written two musicals; and several books including his latest: A Beautiful Broken Dream. He is the author of the Vagabond Philosopher blog and proud member of The Long Road
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