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Jon Steele Flyah Interview!

 



So Jon Steele, what inspired you to start music at such an early age?    Listening to music and early life experiences.



I understand you were in the Air Force, could you tell us about your experience with the U.S. military? I was in the air force reserves from 2004 to 2009 and the air force in 1999 and from 2000 to 2004. I developed top secret medical problems as a result of my service.


So Jon, what are some of your favorite genres and notable artists that bring you inspiration? Rock, pop. Rush, U2, Bruce Springsteen, Journey, Simple minds, iron maiden 


What type of town is Hermitage, Pennsylvania and does it have an influence on your sound and concepts? hermitage is a small city in western Pennsylvania. It has a little concept from Buhl Park and Bowling alleys and martial arts dojos


Besides music, what other things do you enjoy doing? Bowling, martial arts, fitness

So what’s does the perfect day of creation look like for Jon Steele? Mountains of motivation in the presence of peace and harmony 


Anybody you like to work with in the future? studio musicians



So tell us about your latest project
from 2017 to the present with 7 total albums and 4 singles released about real life experiences and real like characters of reference.



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